EDGE MILLING CUTTER “FLEXCLICK” WITH 2-PROFILE TECHNOLOGY BASED ON BALLPOINT PEN PRINCIPLE

EDGE MILLING CUTTER “FLEXCLICK” WITH 2-PROFILE TECHNOLOGY BASED ON BALLPOINT PEN PRINCIPLE

The new flexClick milling cutter is used for rounding as well as for chamfering plastic edges and MDF edges in furniture production.
 
The innovation of this diamond-tipped milling cutter lies in the automatic adjustment option between profile 1 and profile 2. 
 
It is based on the ballpoint pen principle and works mechanically. This means that customers have two profiles with one tool. The changeover between the profiles is carried out by pressing the tool at standstill on a follower roller and thus the mechanics is actuated.
 
There are no complex motor controls necessary. The new milling cutter is available for machines from Homag Kantentechnik GmbH and can also be used without problems on standard motors of existing machines. The flexClick milling cutters are supplied with adjusting mechanism.
 
This option of the 2-profile technology is ideal for small edge banding machines and companies that want to produce small batches with low set-up effort. 
 
The innovative and at the same time easy-to-use principle for the profile change has been filed for a patent together with the machine manufacturer Homag.
 
 

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