CEVISA launches CHP 60G INV bevelling machine

The Spanish company Castellanos y Echevarria – Vitoria, S.A. continues the development of its chamfering program with the commercialization of its new CHP 60 G INV bevelling machine. A highly expected machine that complements the range of machines by milling. 
The new CEVISA CHP 60 G INV chamfering machine is yet another step in order to complete the range of bevelling machines with a milled finish. The portable milling machine has been developed to make lower chamfers in sheets with large thicknesses, very resistant materials such as Hardox or Duplex and obtaining a machined finish. This machine can make chamfers up to 60mm in length on sheets with thickness ranging from 4mm. up to 100mm. The CHP 60G INV bevelling machine is perfectly integrated into the program with the CHP 60G, a very successful machine and with the same benefits, only it performs bevels on the upper part of the sheet. The launch of the new machine has been in high demand among its customers. Some of its clients have already been able to test the new machine at its facilities and are delighted with the time savings and therefore in production costs of over 50%.
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