Rotating Head Cut-Off Machine

July 31, 2012

Bardons & Oliver introduces a new generation RH-700 Rotating Head Cut-Off Machine. This new RH-700 Rotating Head Cut-Off Machine can achieve 45-50 square inches per minute or more on high production heavy-wall tube processing. The RH-700 increases efficiency because it can use four tools simultaneously. It can provide a constant feed rate and it minimizes non-cut time by tailoring material handling equipment to the process. Less material loss is accomplished through precision length tolerance control. 

Featuring a rotating head with four precision-built hardened tool steel cut-off slides and gibs with 8620 alloy steel bases mounted onto the rotating head, the RH-700 also features a quick set-up tube loader, an optional mist coolant system, and a central lubrication system. Unlike a conventional cut-off lathe, Bardons & Oliver's RH-700 Rotating Head Cut-Off Machines hold the material stationary while the cutting tools rotate. This feature means that lathe style cut-off techniques can be used for a broader range of applications and difficult-to-process materials like irregular tubes and bars can be processed more efficiently. 

  • can use four tools simultaneously
  • minimizes non-cut time