s turbo burr

Model S Turbo Burr

$479.00

Woodward Fab Heck Industries Turbo-Burr

  • Turbo-Burr
  • Model S
  • Easily brought to the worksite
  • For use as both a hand and bench tool
  • Puts a safety edge on sheet metal in on pass
  • Breaks sharp edges on parts at mill, saw, or shear

Specifications

  • Bevel depth range – 0″ to .075″
  • Bevel angle – 45 degrees
  • Minimum material thickness – 0.015″
  • Rotation speed – 55,000 rpm (no load speed)
  • Air consumption – 5 to 11 cfm (lubrication not needed)
  • Air pressure requirement – 60 to 120 psi
  • Air hose diameter required – 1/4″
  • Collet – 1/4″ compression type
  • Power – Pneumatic
  • Weight – 3.5 lb. (1.6 kg)
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The Heck Industries Model S Turbo-Burr is a pneumatic-powered handheld deburring machine with a closed-bottom V-block and is made in USA. The solid carbide burr cuts a 45-degree edge onto almost any material (including stainless steel, aluminum, plastic, and composites) with a 0.015″ minimum thickness. The machine requires 60 to 120 psi air pressure and removes material at up to approximately 2 inches per second. The closed V-block guides a workpiece for controlled deburring and edging. Two included adjustment wrenches store within the handle for organization and quick access.

Perfect for deburring and edge finishing of:

  • Ferrous and non-ferrous metals
  • Plastics
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Laminates
  • Printed circuit boards

Two Models:

Model S

  • With closed bottom “V” block.
  • Suitable for most applications.

Model R

  • With a small gap at the bottom of the “V”Block.
  • Suitable for materials 0.135″ and heavier, where large burrs are present.

Power milling machines have rotating cutters that remove material from a workpiece surface. Milling machines come in contact with the workpiece horizontally, vertically, or in both directions.

Heck Industries manufactures metal working machinery, including plate beveling machines, bench models, and power feed machines. The company, founded in 1966, is headquartered in Hartland, MI

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 6 x 6 in
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