Mittler Bros. metal work tools now available across Europe

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Mittler Bros. have been building metal working tools and fabrication equipment in the USA for over 30 years. Now these machine tools are available in the UK and Europe exclusively through Brown &

Geeson Ltd.

The Mittler Bros Ultimate Tube Notcher has over 25 years of proven use and is a must have for professional fabricators, vehicle preparers, roll cage specialists and alike. Offering one of the quickest, quietest and easiest ways to notch tubing for a perfect Tig weld fit every time. Simply clamp the tube in the calibrated V Block swivel vice for an accurate and repeatable angle position.

The vice can be set in 1° increments, an optional adjustable height vice is available separately for offset notching. The 1hp motor runs at 120rpm to suit either thin or thick walled tubing. The end mill design allows for fast metal removal, whilst no coolant is required and a collecting tray ensures the workshop remains tidy while working.

A compatible stand is available to provide stable support for the machine, whilst enabling the user to work at a comfortable ergonomic height.

A range of end mill cutters in multiple sizes, including fine cutters, is available separately from now these machine tools are available in the UK and Europe exclusively through Brown & Geeson Ltd.

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