RX-75 & RX-88  Thermal Press & Hole Punchers

The RX-75 Series is a general purpose and customizable vertically operated Thermal Press & Hot Hole Punch which can be used for hot sealing holes, punching slots or slits, shaped holes, hot cutting webbing, or burning leather, for example. Common configurations of this very popular press are listed below.

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webbing hole punch, hole burner, hole sealing
hot hole punch, thermal press, slot punch, slot cutter
RX-75-PN2 Single slot punch, up to 2.5" (64mm)

RX-75-PN2 Thermal slot punch and press, 120VAC. For melting slots, or shapes in webbing. Can also be used for burning leather, melting holes or cutting webbing. Includes 1 standard slot punch.

RX-75-PN2 Slot Punch

RX-75-PS2 Single hole punch up to 2.5" (64mm)

 

Thermal hole punch and press for melting holes, slots, or shapes in webbing, up to 2.5” (64mm).  Also used for burning leather, cutting webbing. Base model is single hole and includes 2 standard punch collets. 

 



RX-75-PM4 Multi-hole punch up to 4" (100mm)

Thermal hole punch and press for melting multiple holes up to 4" (100mm) wide. Hole punch tooling is custom-made to your specifications, often in just a matter of days. Interchangeable thermal tooling also allows this model to be used for embossing leather, cutting or other hot press applications.

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RX-75-PS2 Single hole thermal punch

BDL hot knife, webcutter, seatbelt cutter
RX-75-PML Multi-hole punch up to 5" (130mm)

 

Thermal hole punch and press for melting multiple holes up to 5" (130mm) wide. Hole punch tooling is custom-made to your specifications, often in just a matter of days. Interchangeable thermal tooling also allows this model to be used for other hot press applications. For multiple hole punching applications larger than 5" please see our model RX-78.

RX-75-PM4 4" Multi-hole Punch

RX-88-PS2 & RX-88-PM2 hole punch up to 2.5" (64mm)

 

The RX-88 is a simple, general purpose hole punching device for nearly any thin synthetic material, available in single hole (PS2) or multi-hole (PM2).  Interchangeable punch collets are simple to change from one hole size to another. Standard punches are available from 1/8" to 1/2”; other sizes and custom punches can also be supplied. Larger tooling sizes are also available on this model. 

RX-88-PS2 Single hole thermal punc

RX-88-PS2 Single-hole Punch

thermal cut punch, hole burning, hot punch
RX-88-PC2 Thermal knife & hole punch up to 2.5" (64mm)

 

A small benchtop thermal tool that will cut and punch holes simultaneously using a standard heater block and knife modified for the application needed. Simple to operate and, like all Webcutters, it may be converted into another model if needed for future requirements. 

RX-88-PC2 Combination

Cut & Punch

R72A-002-PS2 Thermal Punch Fixture

 

Here's a simple, low-cost solution for making heat-sealed holes that uses your drill press. The R72A-002-PS2 is a fixture that will fit into the standard 1/2" chuck of a drill press. This fixture includes:

  • our standard variable heat controller with 120V power cord

  • thermal punch assembly with hex post

  • punch pad with magnetic guides for alignment

  • 2 standard punch collets (1/8" dia - 1/2" dia). 

  • anti-rotation safety arm

Please note: this device works by melting, not by drilling. Unplug the drill press before using to prevent the machine from rotating while in use.

R72A-002-PS2

Single hole thermal punch for drill press

(drill press NOT INCLUDED)

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Webcutter Hinges

Our hinges are one of the most important components of the Webcutter hot knife. They must allow free movement of the rotating knife without excess play for hundreds of thousands of cycles. These hinges have gone through several design improvements over the years, as shown below. To adjust them, note the video to the right of the hinge type.

Evolution of the Webcutter hinges from 1998 to present: