All Boschert notchers offer superior performance, clean cuts and high accuracy. The four notchers in the Golden Eagle series feature Boscherts patented TRI-GIDE technology, a 3-point ram guidance system that gives the machine its world-famous precision and durability.
The Golden Eagle notchers offer 8-7/8 x 8-7/8 90 fixed angle front to back cutting with 3/8in mild steel or 1/4 stainless steel capacity. The Golden Eagles 43-inch wide by 31-inch deep super-size table features four material hold-downs. The table has a milled bed surface, so materials do not float or stick. The Golden Eagle machines are adjustable from 35 to 50 strokes per minute. They feature an internal stop for shearing, three sets of engraved brass scales for accurate and easy setup, two heavy duty stops with 19 sliding bars and engraved brass scales. They feature a moveable electrical foot pedal and scrap buckets.
The Golden Eagle notchers can also be configured with a second station on the rear of the table that can be fitted as either a coping station or a punching station. Alternatively, the Golden Eagle Quick notcher offers the second station that can be changed between punching, coping and notching.
The Golden Eagle with the coping station has capacities for 5/32 (4mm) mild steel (mild steel designated as 50,000 psi) or 1/8 (3mm) stainless steel (stainless steel is designated as 75,000 psi). It can cope 3.937 deep by 1 to infinity by moving the stock.
The Golden Eagle with the punching station features Trumpf-style tooling with capacities of 5/32 (4mm) mild steel (mild steel designated as 50,000 psi), 1/8 (3mm) stainless steel (stainless steel is designated as 75,000 psi). Its maximum punch size is 1 1/8 inches. The punching table is 43-inches wide by 13-inces deep.
The Golden Eagle Quick notcher is equipped with quick-change coping, punching or notching tool sets. The second notching station features 4in blades mounted in a cassette with the correct clearance preset. It has capacities of 3/8 mild steel (mild steel designated as 50,000 psi), 1/4 stainless steel (stainless steel is designated as 75,000 psi). Notch angles can be adjusted from 14- to 45-degree angles.