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1 Product News (January/February 2013)

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2 Product News (October 2012)

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News Items About Rex-Cut

1 Rex-Cut?s Fiber Mounted Points Line Reveals Fresh Abrasives (April 27, 2006)
New cotton-fiber mounted points from Rex-Cut Products expose fresh abrasives as they work to deburr and finish in one step with chatter-f... Read News

2 Rex-Cut Rebrands Cotten Abrasives Line (March 14, 2012)
Rex-Cut Products, Inc. recently announced a strategic rebranding commitment to build their cotton fiber abrasives product line. The firm ... Read News

3 Rex-Cut Introduces Interleaf Flap Disc (December 4, 2007)
The Rex-Cut Fusion Flap Disc combines two types of abrasive layers for one-step grinding and finishing. According to the company’s ... Read News

4 Rex-Cut Introduces Cut-Off Wheels for Stainless Steel (April 15, 2006)
The ALPHA-GREEN Stainless Steel Cut-Off Wheels Type 1 and Type 27 cut-off wheels feature a thin profile which cuts faster than conventio... Read News

5 Rex-Cut Presents Flexible Abrasive Wheels (January 28, 2011)
A new line of flexible, cotton fiber abrasive wheels for deburing, blending and finishing a wide variety of machined, cast and stamped me... Read News

6 Rex-Cut Offers Abrasive Disc Line (November 7, 2011)
A full line of cotton fiber quick change abrasive discs for blending and finishing stainless steel, aluminum, and exotic alloys are avail... Read News

7 Rex-Cut Offers Mounted Points and Abrasive Wheels (February 4, 2014)
A full line of cotton fiber mounted points and Type 1 abrasive wheels that are suitable for a wide range of robotic metal finishing and s... Read News

8 Rex-Cut Designs Compact Bur Kits (June 2, 2010)
Three new carbide bur kits that are designed for specific tasks and come packaged in metal storage boxes to fit into a machinist's to... Read News