Eastman Machine Co.
779 Washington St.
Buffalo , NY 14203 US
Tailored automated cutting systems to streamline your operation
Eastman Static Cutting Table
Go Ahead. Get Tough
Eastman's Static Table System is capable of cutting, marking, drilling and punching virtually any flexible material at speeds of up to 60 inches per second (152.4cm/s). The static cutting table has proven itself as the go-to resource for difficult-to-cut composite materials like polystrand, p-tex, and fiberglass-polyester blends. Call Eastman to discuss your unique application! Automatic cutting minimizes manual labor and increases material utilization. More cut parts in less time. Less expensive for entry level, small production requirements. Variety of cutting surfaces are available to optimize cutting results for any given material. Several accessory options available for marking and labeling cut pieces.
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