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Products > Milling cutter Wall Chasers > Trabajo con MACROZA

Starting the job

It is very important the wall chaser is held in the correct way. Please refer to the instruction booklet indications.

On below photos we can appreciate the correct way in which the MACROZA wall chasers should be held.

To start working with our MACROZA wall chaser switch on the machine with the milling cutter rotating in the air to test the turning direction.

Milling cutter’s teeth should move forward. To start the work, lean the MACROZA Wall Chaser against to the wall and slowly introduce the cutter in it. Hold the machine firmly to avoid initial vibrations.



Vertical chases

Vertical chases are done from top to bottom. Right hand should hold on to rear handle and switch while the left hand firmly grips on the milling cutter cover.

Left hand guides the chaser machine bearing most of the force. Once the cutter has entered the wall, pull down MACROZA wall chaser with both hands thus producing a straight vertical cut.

It is very important the machine is being held in the right position as shown on the pictures below.

To open oblique or diagonal chases we will proceed in a similar way.



Horizontal chases

Horizontal chases are done from right to left. The right hand holds the wall chaser by the right side of the milling cutter cover and pushes leftwards.

Right arm will lean on to the machine and push also leftward from the left hand side. Left hand holds the machine by the rear handle and operates the switch.

On the pictures below we see the right position of both hands.

It is very important the machine is being held in the right position as shown on the pictures.



Horizontal chases close to the floor

Horizontal chases close to the floor are done from left to right.

Right hand holds the machine by the rear handle and operates the switch. Left hand holds the milling cutter cover from the left hand side and pushes to the right.

Thanks to MACROZA’s exclusive design, the operator will be able to work on difficult access sites.

In the following pictures we can see how chases close to the floor are done. It is very important the machine is being held in the right position.



Round chases

Milling cutter blade Wall Chasers are the only ones in the market capable of opening round chases. To do so, we will start from the traditional way of opening chases as shown before.

When opening vertical and/or horizontal chases, a difference in movement from one hand to the other will produce a curved cut.

On the following pictures we see different hand positions to produce a round chase.



Wider chases and switch boxes

With MACROZA it is possible to open chases wider than standard chases achieved by the milling cutter diameter.

To open wider chases we will do two parallel chases next to one another to obtain desired width. Later we will mill the centre out by swinging the machine from one side to the other.

To open chases for switch and gear boxes we will employ a similar method.

On the following pictures we can see the right position of both hands.

As always it is very important the machine is being held in the right position.



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