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BOSCHERT EAGLE


 

 

The EAGLE and EAGLE 250 Hydraulic Power Notcher

Standard Features of The Eagle and Eagle 250 -

1/4" mild steel capacity
3/16" stainless steel capacity
8-7/8" x 8-7/8" 90° notch
Front to back cutting to hold material against stop
Milled bed surface for no float or stick operation
35" wide by 25" deep table with milled surface so material does not float or stick
Front to back cutting
Hi-Carbon, Hi-Chrome blades
Internal stop for shearing
Two patented 12" combination horizontal hold down and stop bars
Engraved brass scales
Moveable electric foot pedal
Adjustable stroke, 50 per minute
Solid state circuitry
Jog, single or continuous mode
6.5 horsepower motor
Scrap bucket

The Eagle 250 Has These Additional features:

Two material hold downs
Special blade guard

BOSCHERT Patented Quality -

The patented Boschert TRI-GIDE™ system gives all Boschert notching machines the greatest accuracy and durability of any notcher made today.

TRI is for the three large guiding cylinders. Two cylinders are in the top of the machine, close to the blades, the third is in the base and fully integrated with the hydraulic piston.

GIDE is for the precise vertical travel of the ram. Torque from cutting heavy material is distributed evenly to all three cylinders.


TRI-GIDE™ Eliminates -

Blade clearance adjustment for different material thicknesses
Frequent blade sharpening due to sloppy guiding
Uneven wear, and replacement problems with traditional guiding systems

Exclusive TRI-GIDE™ Benefits -

Long blade life due to precise, rigid ram guiding
Burr-free cuts on all gauges (within capacity)
Off-center loading – 1" x 6" notch is no problem

TRI-GIDE™ is just part of the overall quality and ingenuity that goes into every Boschert Notcher. Other features include:

Front-to-Back cutting - holds material against stops
Milled table surface – keeps material from sticking
Hi-Carbon Hi-chrome Blades – overlap on the cutting tip to eliminate blade chipping
Thousands of machines installed in North America
Parts for all machines ever built are available 

 


 

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