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This insert is a CINCH.

The CINCH carbide insert chamfering tool uses a square ANSI-standard insert and is available in 60[degrees], 82[degrees], 90[degrees] and 120[degrees] included angles. The design lets users chamfer holes as small as 7/32". It is available in a Double Angle configuration which can be used to chamfer both the top and the bottom of holes as small as 21/32". All of the tools use the same SDEB insert. Each tool comes on a 5/8"-diameter hardened and ground alloy shank and an extra insert screw. Fitz-Rite Products, Inc., Booth 5332

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Publication:Modern Applications News
Date:May 1, 2009
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