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Rush Easy-Cut XL Semi-Automatic Carbide Cut-Off Machine

Rush Machinery offers the new Rush Easy-Cut XL Semi-Automatic Carbide Cut-Off Machine for quick and easy cutting of carbide flat stock up to 2” X4” or rod, and tool ends with diameters between 1/8” to 2”. Also great for high speed steel. Built in the USA, the Rush Easy-Cut XL is fully enclosed and has semi-automatic or manual operation. The semi-automatic operation features an automatic clamping, down feed, and return cycle.

Rush Machinery specializes in manufacturing and servicing a complete line of production and support machinery for the cutting tool industry: Wheel Truing and Dressing Machines, Dynamic Balancing Systems, Carbide Rod and HSS Cut-Off Machines, Chamfering Machines, Grinding Oil 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 Rush Easy-Cut XL Semi-Automatic Carbide Cut-Off Machine at the 2018 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), being held at Chicago’s McCormick Place September 10–15. Rush Machinery can be found in Booth 273233.

 
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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