Angular Notching Package

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Pipe Notching on a Slope – the Fast, Easy Vogel Way

Notching on a slope, whether its for a handrail or a cross brace on a large gate is a challenge. But its fast & easy when you do it the Vogel way. To notch on a slope, you’ll need our Arc-Fit Angular Housing, a two-station Assembly for each size pipe and angle, and a press to provide power.  If you select Vogel’s press, you’ll also need the Ram Pad to allow the press to depress both sides of the tooling with each stroke.

How it Works

The first station notch is a deep scoop out of one wall. Although it may seem similar, the notch produced is not the same as our 90 degree notching tools.  After the first station notch, move the pipe to the second station for a 2nd & 3rd stroke. These two strokes notch of the corners of the first station notch to complete the pipe end. Note that in the video, we split up the two stations into two separate housings – that design is no longer offered. You will receive a double-wide housing as in the photos – so both stations are side by side to quickly complete each pipe end.

A Reminder on Pipe Sizes

  • 1-1/4″ pipe = 1.66″ outside diameter, often called 1-5/8″ pipe
    • Order Assembly 9215A to notch this pipe at 35°
  • 1-1/2″ pipe = 1.90″ outside diameter, often called 1-7/8″ or 2″pipe
    • Order Assembly 9216A to notch this pipe at 35°

We have listed only two most popular choices on this page. If you need to notch a different size, or want to notch at 45 degrees instead of 35 degrees, please contact us to discuss your application requirement.

An Industry Favorite

Our power press is 120V and plugs into the wall with a three prong plug (20 amp dedicated circuit recommended). Small enough to bench-top mount, this press features a covered foot switch with a 6′ cord, so your hands can stay on the pipe to be notched. Note that the stand shown in the video is no longer available.  With your Arc-Fit Angled Notching tooling removed, you can insert our Triple-Housing Turntable (to hold three 90 degree notchers) tools for cutting square tubing, pressing square tubes into ornamental pickets and more.

Pipe Notching on a Slope – the Fast, Easy Vogel Way

Notching on a slope, whether its for a handrail or a cross brace on a large gate is a challenge. But its fast & easy when you do it the Vogel way. To notch on a slope, you’ll need our Arc-Fit Angular Housing, a two-station Assembly for each size pipe and angle, and a press to provide power.  If you select Vogel’s press, you’ll also need the Ram Pad to allow the press to depress both sides of the tooling with each stroke.

How it Works

The first station notch is a deep scoop out of one wall. Although it may seem similar, the notch produced is not the same as our 90 degree notching tools.  After the first station notch, move the pipe to the second station for a 2nd & 3rd stroke. These two strokes notch of the corners of the first station notch to complete the pipe end. Note that in the video, we split up the two stations into two separate housings – that design is no longer offered. You will receive a double-wide housing as in the photos – so both stations are side by side to quickly complete each pipe end.

A Reminder on Pipe Sizes

  • 1-1/4″ pipe = 1.66″ outside diameter, often called 1-5/8″ pipe
    • Order Assembly 9215A to notch this pipe at 35°
  • 1-1/2″ pipe = 1.90″ outside diameter, often called 1-7/8″ or 2″pipe
    • Order Assembly 9216A to notch this pipe at 35°

We have listed only two most popular choices on this page. If you need to notch a different size, or want to notch at 45 degrees instead of 35 degrees, please contact us to discuss your application requirement.

An Industry Favorite

Our power press is 120V and plugs into the wall with a three prong plug (20 amp dedicated circuit recommended). Small enough to bench-top mount, this press features a covered foot switch with a 6′ cord, so your hands can stay on the pipe to be notched. Note that the stand shown in the video is no longer available.  With your Arc-Fit Angled Notching tooling removed, you can insert our Triple-Housing Turntable (to hold three 90 degree notchers) tools for cutting square tubing, pressing square tubes into ornamental pickets and more.

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Weight 100 lbs

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Pipe Notching on a Slope – the Fast, Easy Vogel Way

Notching on a slope, whether its for a handrail or a cross brace on a large gate is a challenge. But its fast & easy when you do it the Vogel way. To notch on a slope, you’ll need our Arc-Fit Angular Housing, a two-station Assembly for each size pipe and angle, and a press to provide power.  If you select Vogel’s press, you’ll also need the Ram Pad to allow the press to depress both sides of the tooling with each stroke.

How it Works

The first station notch is a deep scoop out of one wall. Although it may seem similar, the notch produced is not the same as our 90 degree notching tools.  After the first station notch, move the pipe to the second station for a 2nd & 3rd stroke. These two strokes notch of the corners of the first station notch to complete the pipe end. Note that in the video, we split up the two stations into two separate housings – that design is no longer offered. You will receive a double-wide housing as in the photos – so both stations are side by side to quickly complete each pipe end.

A Reminder on Pipe Sizes

  • 1-1/4″ pipe = 1.66″ outside diameter, often called 1-5/8″ pipe
    • Order Assembly 9215A to notch this pipe at 35°
  • 1-1/2″ pipe = 1.90″ outside diameter, often called 1-7/8″ or 2″pipe
    • Order Assembly 9216A to notch this pipe at 35°

We have listed only two most popular choices on this page. If you need to notch a different size, or want to notch at 45 degrees instead of 35 degrees, please contact us to discuss your application requirement.

An Industry Favorite

Our power press is 120V and plugs into the wall with a three prong plug (20 amp dedicated circuit recommended). Small enough to bench-top mount, this press features a covered foot switch with a 6′ cord, so your hands can stay on the pipe to be notched. Note that the stand shown in the video is no longer available.  With your Arc-Fit Angled Notching tooling removed, you can insert our Triple-Housing Turntable (to hold three 90 degree notchers) tools for cutting square tubing, pressing square tubes into ornamental pickets and more.

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Can I use the first station of my Arc-Fit Angular to make 90° notches?

No. Although the first station look similar, the Arc-Fit Angular creates a deep elipse in the first station, a notch that is too long and narrow to be appropriate for a 90° notch. For 90° notching our standard Arc-Fit tooling is required.

What angle should I order?

The Arc-Fit Angular is most popular for railings alongside stairways. For this application our customers most commonly order a 35° angle. Note that this same angle can also be described as 55° (see illustration below). We can also make the tool for other angles, please contact us to discuss your needs.

I need more than one angle / I’m not sure what angle I will need.

The Arc-Fit Angular is designed to consistently notch out one angle. By not fully inserting the pipe in the first station, it is possible to “cheat” and create a slightly shallow angle, perhaps up to 5° less, at most. If you need a wider range of angles you may wish to consider the ABC Abrasive Belt Coper which is able to produce copes at any angle, 90° – 45°.

Can I use the first station of my Arc-Fit Angular to make 90° notches?

No. Although the first station look similar, the Arc-Fit Angular creates a deep elipse in the first station, a notch that is too long and narrow to be appropriate for a 90° notch. For 90° notching our standard Arc-Fit tooling is required.

What angle should I order?

The Arc-Fit Angular is most popular for railings alongside stairways. For this application our customers most commonly order a 35° angle. Note that this same angle can also be described as 55° (see illustration below). We can also make the tool for other angles, please contact us to discuss your needs.

I need more than one angle / I’m not sure what angle I will need.

The Arc-Fit Angular is designed to consistently notch out one angle. By not fully inserting the pipe in the first station, it is possible to “cheat” and create a slightly shallow angle, perhaps up to 5° less, at most. If you need a wider range of angles you may wish to consider the ABC Abrasive Belt Coper which is able to produce copes at any angle, 90° – 45°.