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CNC Carbide Rod Cut-Off Machine

Rush Machinery offers a Carbide Rod Cut-Off Machine for the carbide tool and carbide rod manufacturing industries.

The “Auto-Cut”, a CNC Carbide Rod Cut-Off Machine, can double the production rate for cutting carbide and hardened steel rod when compared with manual cut-off machines. It has easy-to-use CNC controls with a touch screen operator interface. Parameters can be quickly set for rod diameter and length. The machine automatically loads and cuts rods from a large capacity magazine.Capacity of the “Auto-Cut” is .055” (1.4mm) to 1-9/16” (40mm) diameter carbide rod, up to 16” long, and it comes standard with a flood coolant system.

Rush Machinery specializes in manufacturing, servicing and marketing a complete line of production and support machinery for the cutting tool industry: Wheel Truing and Dressing Machines, Dynamic Balancing Machines, Carbide Rod and HSS Cut-Off Machines, Grinding Fluid Filtration Systems, Polycrystalline Tool Grinders, Drill and Tool Grinders, as well as Tool Grinding Fixtures. A commitment to quality, service, and innovation since 1983 has made Rush Machinery an industry leader.

Rush Machinery will showcase its CNC Carbide Rod Cut-Off Machine at IMTS 2016 –The International Manufacturing Technology Show, being held at Chicago’s McCormick Place September 12-17. Rush Machinery can be found in Booth N-7234.
 
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Rob Robbins, Sales Manager

RUSH MACHINERY, INC.

4761 Route 364

Rushville, NY 14544

Tel:       800-929-3070

585-554-3070

Fax:       585-554-4077

Email:  rob@rushmachinery.com

Web:    www.rushmachinery.com

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