Online sellers are flooding the market with cheap hand held pneumatic chamfer tools. They look like they might be useful for "rough and tumble" fab work. My question is does anyone sell replacement carbide inserts for these
I worked at a place that had a nice small handheld one you just ran around the edges to be chamfered. It had a longish aluminum vee block with a die grinder in the center. IIRC the die grinder held a 1/4" 4 flute mill cutter. You could adjust the depth of the chamfer. It looked similar to the one EG posted but small.
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It was very similar to this one, only 25 yrs ago, lots of pics in the add:
If a customer says that there must be a consistent 45 degree bevel on all edges of his 150 aluminum bar supports. Who does this by hand with something better than a hand file and a eye ball. :skep: This works for wood but it is only for straight edges. Adjustable width and depth. Even using...