Normand

Since 1950
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Description

How many dull drill bits have you got in the bottom of your workbench drawer or, even worst, have you thrown away because they would not bore well?

How upset do we get when we realize that we forgot to replace a dull bit we urgently need now!

And yet there is a solution! A small sharpener that has sold thousands of copies and can save you not only money but frustration as well.

  • Equipped with a 3/4" chuck with long jaws, the sharpener accepts all sizes of standard drill bits (English, metric, letter) from 3/32"(2.4mm) up to 3/4" (19mm) dia
  • Adjustable, it sharpens point angles from 115º and 140º and can create split points
  • Its 180 grain diamond sharpening wheel allows to sharpen any type of twist drills for wood, metal or concrete, in high-speed steel, carbide, cobalt or titanium-coated
  • Adjustable material take-off to extend the life of the drills
  • Operating on 110V, it comes in a storage pouch with free DVD and user’s guide that explain the basics of sharpening bits

Your friends will call you “Doctor”!

 

A word from the boss 

WMS-2019: Mission accomplished! (19-11-07)

Once again this year, Normand participated in the WMS-2019 National Fair, the most important industrial fair intended exclusively for the Canadian secondary wood processing industry.

Normand was again one of the major exhibitors of this major biannual exhibition, which was held from October 2 to November 1 at the International Center in Toronto.

Our participation was summed up as follows: 750 000 dollars of equipment carried in four 53ft trailers and demonstrated on 3100 ft² of floor space thanks to the support of a team of 25 people.

In addition to some of the state-of-the-art equipment showed, we took the opportunity to spread the full range of Steel City™ machines (more than 50 models) thus confirming the important place acquired by this brand in recent years.

In short, this major investment and the results that should result from it allow us to say: Mission accomplished!

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