Chamfering, counterboring and back spotfacing play a vital role in the aerospace, aviation, automotive and transportation industries. The slightest imperfection can cause unnecessary aerodynamic drag and have various negative consequences.
Erix Tool AB has been making precision chamfering tools for 40 years, with a proven track record of excellent performance on a wide range of materials.
Compact and efficient, the Erix chamfering tool is the ideal solution for chamfering in confined spaces, such as those found on engines, turbines and pumps.
In addition to vast savings in terms of efficiency and productivity, as well as the obvious environmental benefits, automating the chamfering process ensures 100% consistency between the critical dimensions, and significantly reduces the risk of mechanical failure or human error.
Erix Tool AB has been making precision tools for chamfering, back spotfacing and deburring for 40 years.
The Erix Tool has a proven track record of excellent performance on a wide range of materials.
With cutting wing sizes ranging from 8 mm to 15.6 cm few cutting tools are as versatile as the Erix Tool.
Complex front and back chamfering routines can be carried out in a single machining cycle.
The Erix Tool is available through a large network of authorised
distributors and agents around the world
In addition to our standard chamfering tools (shown left), we also supply semi-standard tools as well as custom spindles, wings and shanks. Refer to the diagram of the Erix Tool in our catalogue for part details.
All spindles from ø10 upwards (hole size) with cylindrical shanks are designed for Weldon fastening (DIN 1835B).
All spindles from ø10 upwards (hole size) are available with a Morse Taper (27-25-MK3) rather than a a cylindrical shank.
Please refer to our catalogues* for full information about capacities, dimensions, combinations, materials and standard part details.
* Available in both metric (mm) and imperial (inches) measurements.
To improve the finish on the chamfered surface, lower the speed and feed
at the end of the operation and let the tool rest for a few seconds.