123 Crockford Blvd.

Toronto, Ontario M1R 3B7


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At Ac Cut, we understand that precise chamfering is essential to the success of any project. That’s why we utilize the latest cutting-edge machinery and equipment to provide you with the highest quality chamfering services in Toronto, Canada.

Our team of experts specializes in chamfering various materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. We have the knowledge and experience to produce chamfers of varying angles and sizes, all tailored to meet your specific project requirements.

Goodbye rough edges

Hello perfectly chamfered finish.

We are committed to our blue planet and that is why 100% of our water
resources for our Waterjet machines are collected from rainwater. We have
many loyal clients who have joined us to support our environmental campaigns.

Chamfering is a process of beveling or cutting the edge of a material, resulting in a sloped or angled surface. It is a crucial step in ensuring that a workpiece can fit perfectly into its designated space, making it an essential part of many manufacturing processes. Our chamfering services are designed to help you achieve the precise results you need for your project.

Our chamfering services are not only reliable but also cost-effective, which is why we are the best choice for all your chamfering needs. We pride ourselves on providing quick turnaround times and exceptional quality, so you can trust us to get the job done right the first time.

At AC Cut, we are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service. Whether you’re in the construction, automotive, or aerospace industry, our chamfering services are the perfect solution to your bevelling needs.

Contact us today to learn more about our chamfering services and how we can help you achieve the perfect bevel for your project.

Chamfering is a machining process that involves cutting away material from the edge of a workpiece at an angle other than 90 degrees. The result is a bevelled edge that can improve the appearance of the workpiece, reduce the risk of sharp edges, and make it easier to fit the workpiece into a larger assembly. Chamfering can be done manually using a chamfering tool, or it can be done with the help of a machine, such as a CNC router or milling machine. Chamfering is commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and construction for applications such as gears, bolts, and weld joints.

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