Usually 12V equipment does not have the minimum required power which is 500 Watts, and/or the minimum speed of 1,800 rpm. The key for getting the best out from the SPIN Tools are matching its benefits with good rates of both rotation speed and power. If you do otherwise and use the SPIN Tools along

No, there’s no need of clamps or holders, as long as you keep the tube stable enough to apply the tools. A firm grip normally suffices, however if you have a very powerful drill, it may not be enough. In those cases, for short-lenght tubes, we do recommend to make the swage before cutting the

All cleaning procedures required by manufacturers should be followed,  regardless the method or tool you are using.

The Swaging Spin Tools  are ready to make flares and swages in tubes with wall thickness between 0.8mm and 1mm. The Flaring Spin Tools are designed to work with copper tubing of 1/4’’, 3/8”” and 1/2’’ with wall thickness of up to 0.8mm, and up to 1.0mm for the 7/8’’ tubing diameters. We wish to

Any tube that has its diameter increased by expanding, with any kind of tools, will suffer a stretching of the material, affecting directly the thickness of the wall. It has less to do with the minimal abrasion caused by the contact of the tool against the tubing wall than to a normal stretching caused by

Using a deburring tool before making the flare with the SPIN Tools is totally optional. This step is usually adopted to prevent cracks that may occur when using the conventional tools, which shape the tube by cold working the metal. The Spin tools, however, shape the tube by hot working, through the heat generated by

Soot or even small metal shavings may occur during the use of both conventional tools and SPIN tools, due: The way the copper tube is cut; The quality of the alloy used in the tubing manufacturing; The sharpness of the tube cutter; The use of a deburring tool after the cut, etc. Therefore, what is

Is not a requirement, however, we do recommend to lube the tool with oil (the same oil you will use in the compressor will do) before doing the flare/or swage, so the SPIN tool will cause less abrasion in the aluminum tube’s wall.