New Eagle dual purpose Router/Cutter System

05 November 2003

Eastman Machine Company introduced their new dual purpose Router/Cutter Automated System, named the Eagle, at the recent CFA Show.

The Eastman “Eagle” gives the option of utilizing a two spindle tool heads in addition to the router. With the composites manufacturer in mind, their new design is 2-1/3Hp and 120V with the capability to route various materials commonly used in the marine and composites industry, such as balsa, cured composites, honeycomb, PVC and PVC composites. The “Eagle” has the ability to route dense materials with cuttable material thickness up to 1-3/8”. This new system is designed for high-volume production, prototyping and sample making.

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