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All-In-One Solutions for Chipless Cuts of Tubes

The RTO 2080 is built for precision.

The t-cut solutions from transfluid offer precise cuts.

The t-cut tube cutting machines from transfluid make it possible to use orbital cutting technology for tubes with a diameter of up to 80 mm.

Director Stefanie Flaeper said: "Perfect cuts are one of the key production benefits of this technology, as well as fast cycle times and clean processes. The RTO 628 for tube diameters of 6 mm to 28 mm, and the RTO 2080 for tube diameters of 20 mm to 80 mm, cut steel and stainless steel tubes with high precision."

The intuitive controls of the system integrate with the production processes and can be combined with different concepts for loading tubes or flexible unloading systems.

Flaeper added: "We have built the t-cut tube cutting system with focus on economy and maximum efficiency. This starts with the durable cutting blade and continues with the clean cutting results, which makes it possible to continue working on the item without further steps. With the optional software available to optimize cuts, scrap and any associated waste are a thing of the past."

As an all-in-one solution, the t-cut can manufacture medium and large volumes with different cutting options using a cut-through, pull or pull and break method. Changing the set-up for other tube sizes or lengths takes little time.

In addition to the orbital cutting technique, transfluid also offers the blade-cutting method. If needed, the cutting step can be integrated with the process on the bending machine. The bending and cutting processes are easily combined with little chip generation.

For more information contact:

transfluid tube processing machinery Inc.

17 Carlisle Dr.

Simpsonville, SC 29681


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