Chamfering Tube Cutting System
Chamfering Attachment Model #: 21456-5005
This chamfering attachment can work both ends of a tube simultaneously while the straight tube cutting machine is feeding the chamfering attachment. If you are also bending tubes at your production facility by deburring the ID of the tube, you can improve your mandrel tube bending operation.
Your safety team can help quantify your purchase as not only is it safer for your employees to handle deburred tubes, but the Winton chamfering attachment also performs the task automatically so there are fewer opportunities for accidents.
This tube cut-off fabrication system is ideal for industries such as HVAC, Refrigeration,
automotive, lighting, lawn and garden, aerospace. and more.
Let us know how we can further automate your tube fabrication processes.
Learn About Adding a Chamfering Attachment to a Straight Tube Cutoff Machine
Product Video & Details
Tube Diameter Range
0.250 to 1.125
OD chamfer tooling
Replaceable carbide inserts
208/3/60, 5K Watts, consult factory for other voltages
60” deep x 120” wide, consult factory for shorter systems
Chip blow off nozzles
Cutter lubrication, automatic
Dynamic chamfer head positioning
Servo controlled, automatically adjusted, Included
Included on three sides of the system
One (1) included on the front side of the chamfering machine
Tube transfer device
Automatic via walking beam system
Copper and aluminum, consult factory for other materials
80 psi minimum shop air required, 0.5 SCFM required
Safety is a mission-critical part of the continuous improvement culture at Winton Machine Company. Our machines are designed with advanced safety features and are regularly inspected to ensure they meet the highest safety standards. We also provide comprehensive training and resources to ensure your operators are fully equipped to use our machines safely and effectively. As machine safety options evolve, Winton Machine evaluates new safety trends to integrate proven and well-vetted design upgrades in all our machines which are engineered, manufactured and serviced here in the United States.