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New Atlas Copco Beveling Tool - LSB38

10/16/2014

Atlas Copco launched a new beveling tool called the LSB 38 earlier this week.  LSB 38 is an excellent combination of power, design, durability and ergonomics for chamfering, deburring and giving radius edges to metal plates in stainless steel, mild steel and aluminium.

FEATURES
• Milling Head 45°- made of special alloy to get best Power to weight ratio
• Guide bearing – designed to suit the specific operation gives perfect finish to beveled or radius edge
• Carbide Inserts with eight cutting edges gives unmatched productivity
• Rear Exhaust to direct air away from operator
• Powerful (1.7 hp) motor , equipped with speed governor
• Safety Lever to avoid unintentional start
• Built in Spindle Lock for the ease of changing guide bearing and carbide inserts with just one tool
• Low clearance compact head with unique scale for easy adjustment of cutting width and radius
• Ergonomically designed Support Handle to give controlled and comfortable operation
• Cutting width Adjustment ring for quick adjustment of bevel width or radius.

SPECS for LSB38 S085 Beveling Tool
Bevel width : up to 8mm
Milling radius : upto 4mm
Power : 1.7 hp
Spindle speed : 8500 RPM
Weight : 5.5 lbs
• Mills carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum
• Mills contours and cutouts
• Adjustable depth control
• Indexable carbide inserts with 8 edges.
• Standard 45°milling head

Beveling gives you a sound welded joint with optimum amount of weld in place for maximum strength.

Rounded edges of metal surfaces gives you proper thickness of coatings and avoid not only corrosion but protects edge from chipping.

As experts in the field of material removal, and our region’s exclusive Atlas Copco tool dealer, Technical Tool Products is equipped to help you with your material removal needs.  We serve MN, NE, ND, SD, IA, and WI.  To get pricing on this tool and be connected with a sales engineer, you can call us at 952-974-3042 or fill out our request a solution form.

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