The Mitre-Snug Angular Notching Tool is designed to miter a tube end at one specific angle, between 25° to 89°.

The first station notch is the deepest cut. The tube is inserted horizontally into the tool, and the punch travels through the bottom wall. The tube is then rotated 180°, and inserted into the second station. The first station notch is now on the top of the tube, and centers itself around the second station punch. Notch orientation is guaranteed. Once the second station notch is made, the tube end is complete. Both stations may be kept loaded with tubes, to in effect, complete one part with each press stroke. There is typically about 1/4″ scrap loss per end trim.

When doing extremely steep angles (generally 30° and below), two press strokes may be required in the first station to create the required depth, while insuring proper punch strength.

This process produces slugs that eject out the bottom of the housing. No chip removal requiring secondary handling! Tools are sharpenable and long lasting. Vogel’s Mitre-Snug is the quick and easy way to dependably create an angle on tube ends.

Mitre-Snug tools are spring loaded for easy set up in most punch presses, ironworkers or press brakes. The #400 Housing & Assemblies can also be powered by our CSP-25-SA Bench-Top Hydraulic Press.

When adding an assembly to your cart, you will be asked to specify:

  • Tube Size & Gauge
  • Angle of Miter
  • If you wish to upgrade to a Titanium Nitrite Coating

View the Mitre-Snug Housing page to review press requirements.

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The Mitre-Snug Angular Notching Tool is designed to miter a tube end at one specific angle, between 25° to 89°.

The first station notch is the deepest cut. The tube is inserted horizontally into the tool, and the punch travels through the bottom wall. The tube is then rotated 180°, and inserted into the second station. The first station notch is now on the top of the tube, and centers itself around the second station punch. Notch orientation is guaranteed. Once the second station notch is made, the tube end is complete. Both stations may be kept loaded with tubes, to in effect, complete one part with each press stroke. There is typically about 1/4″ scrap loss per end trim.

When doing extremely steep angles (generally 30° and below), two press strokes may be required in the first station to create the required depth, while insuring proper punch strength.

This process produces slugs that eject out the bottom of the housing. No chip removal requiring secondary handling! Tools are sharpenable and long lasting. Vogel’s Mitre-Snug is the quick and easy way to dependably create an angle on tube ends.

Mitre-Snug tools are spring loaded for easy set up in most punch presses, ironworkers or press brakes. The #400 Housing & Assemblies can also be powered by our CSP-25-SA Bench-Top Hydraulic Press.

When adding an assembly to your cart, you will be asked to specify:

  • Tube Size & Gauge
  • Angle of Miter
  • If you wish to upgrade to a Titanium Nitrite Coating

View the Mitre-Snug Housing page to review press requirements.

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OD Max. Capacity

1.25", 2", 3"

Wall Max. Capacity

.125", .187", .250"

Square Max Capacity

1.25", 2", 3", N/A

Description

The Mitre-Snug Angular Notching Tool is designed to miter a tube end at one specific angle, between 25° to 89°.

The first station notch is the deepest cut. The tube is inserted horizontally into the tool, and the punch travels through the bottom wall. The tube is then rotated 180°, and inserted into the second station. The first station notch is now on the top of the tube, and centers itself around the second station punch. Notch orientation is guaranteed. Once the second station notch is made, the tube end is complete. Both stations may be kept loaded with tubes, to in effect, complete one part with each press stroke. There is typically about 1/4″ scrap loss per end trim.

When doing extremely steep angles (generally 30° and below), two press strokes may be required in the first station to create the required depth, while insuring proper punch strength.

This process produces slugs that eject out the bottom of the housing. No chip removal requiring secondary handling! Tools are sharpenable and long lasting. Vogel’s Mitre-Snug is the quick and easy way to dependably create an angle on tube ends.

Mitre-Snug tools are spring loaded for easy set up in most punch presses, ironworkers or press brakes. The #400 Housing & Assemblies can also be powered by our CSP-25-SA Bench-Top Hydraulic Press.

When adding an assembly to your cart, you will be asked to specify:

  • Tube Size & Gauge
  • Angle of Miter
  • If you wish to upgrade to a Titanium Nitrite Coating

View the Mitre-Snug Housing page to review press requirements.

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