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As a supplement to the current line of quality metal fabricating machinery, COMEQ Inc. is offering the new AMERICOR LE series of hydraulic fixed angle notchers. In addition to the standard triangular notch, these machines also offer a copper station on the opposite side, making it a double station machine.

Standard features include engraved brass scales, squaring guides with reference holes every 15 degrees, 20-inch movable guide, two extra-long engraved three-function scales, front or side mountable support arms, six spring-loaded hold-downs, blade inching, auto lube of slide, a large 35-inch by 14-inch table and more.

COMEQ Inc.: (410) 933-8500.


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