Cevisa CHP 12 Plate Bevelling Machine: Max 12mm
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The CHP 12 works on the basis of bevelling by low speed rotating milling tool. The Bevelling machine is pulling the material in and at the same time it pushes it inwardly for the cut. When bevelling steel plates or metal stripes, the bevelling machine is set on the edge of the bevelled material on which it propels itself forward. The bevelling action is virtually without noise. When a need of X weld arises, the material is turned upside down and is then put into bevelling machine from the other side or it is possible to turn the bevelling machine "upside down" and put it on the edge of the metal. In latter case the bevelling starts on the other side. The size of the bevel can be easily changed, up to the full maximum potential of any given machine.
The CHP-6 Bevelling Machine has a basic angle of bevel of 30 degrees and can be changed with a set of rolling assembly – accessories that can be ordered as additional tools. The angles available are 45, 37.5, 35 and 22.5 degrees.
Bevelling machines can also bevel circular shapes and it is possible to use them for bevelling of pipes.
Cutting tool usually lasts 6000 feet on appropriate tensile strength of steel and it is possible to re-sharpen it.

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Cevisa CHP 12 Plate Bevelling Machine: Max 12mm


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