Smaller electric bead roller for any size shop

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Smaller electric bead roller for any size shop


By virtue of its smaller size, the miniature bead roller also comes with some fringe benefits. “Instead of having a large, 24- or 36-inch throat machine, the user has a 6-inch throat machine,” said Mittler. “The user can save room in his shop, maybe even have two bead rollers, and do multiple jobs quickly with no change over time.”
Billet aluminum makes up the frame, and there are over 100 bead roll profiles one could work with. The depth of bead can be adjusted, and Oilite bushings are fitted to offer a long lifespan.

The foot pedal has a variable speed to give users the maximum range of workability. It even goes forward and backward, and drives metal through using both shafts.
The bead roller can handle a multitude of metal types. It can handle up to 21-gauge stainless steel, 19-gauge mild steel and 16-gauge aluminum. For the fabricator that needs to do bead but wants the ability in a smaller package, this bead roller is just what the doctor ordered. Check out more from Mittler




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