February 2, 2004
This line of MVS-C guillotine shears uses a cutting beam driven by double-acting pull-down hydraulic cylinders. The shears are equipped with adjustable rake angle and blade-gap features that provide the flexibility to cut a range of materials, and permits narrow strips to be sheared with minimal distortion and reduce burrs, the company said. The rake angle can be adjusted as a minimum value to allow the speed of the machine to be increased for greater productivity in certain applications.
Strippit Inc., 12975 Clarence Center Road, Akron, NY 14001; (716) 542-4511; fax (716) 542-5957; www.strippit.com.