Adjustable angle heads

  • 22-Dec-2014 01:58 EST
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New adjustable angle heads from BENZ help manufacturers improve their machining and milling operations by enhancing productivity and efficiency. Available in small to large custom sizes, BENZ adjustable angle heads are engineered for use in general manufacturing and light production operations where the machines need to change angles frequently. A worm gear on the back side of the angle head makes adjustments faster and easier, which reduces downtime and retooling time that would otherwise slow down efficiency and productivity. Since the device can be adjusted to tricky angles, a single BENZ adjustable angle head can replace and do the work of multiple tooling heads, claims the company.

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