Chaser machine tools are special types of machines that help machinists do their work more quickly and accurately. They use a variety of cutting and shaping tools to preform work easier. A Chaser machine tool is specially designed to move the cutting and shaping tools around the workpiece in a controlled way. This makes it easy for the machinist to get the job done quickly and accurately.
The most common example is a wall chaser. A wall chaser is a tool used to create grooves or slots in walls. It consists of two circular blades that are mounted on a common shaft. The blades rotate at high speed and are separated by a small gap. When the tool is held against a wall, the blades cut into the surface, creating a groove. Wall chasers are typically used to create channels for electrical wiring or plumbing pipes.
Other chasers are accessories that attach to machines to help them move or work more efficiently. Unfortunately, these accessories can also cause injuries. The most serious type of chaser injury is a amputation. This happens when the chaser becomes caught on machinery, and as a result, the user’s hand is severed from the arm. Other injuries that can occur with chasers include torn muscles, spinal cord damage, and loss of sight. To keep yourself safe when using Industrial chasers, make sure you use caution when attaching them to your machine and be aware of the dangers they pose. If you experience any type of injury while using an industrial chaser, be sure to contact a medical professional for treatment.
If you have been injured by a machine tool accessory, contact an attorney. Chasers can be dangerous and are not meant for use by the general public. When they malfunction, they can cause serious injuries. If you have been injured, consult with an attorney to determine whether you have legal grounds to file a lawsuit.