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Proper, consistent tube end preparation is one of the critical processes in creating a leak-tight tube fitting connection. When properly performed, the four steps shown in this video of cutting, deburring, cleaning, and inspecting will minimize any leakage in your connections caused by improper tube end preparation.

Tube Cutting Tools

The Swagelok® TC72 series tube cutting tool is designed to easily and accurately cut thin-walled stainless steel tubing and elbows to square and burr-free ends. The deformation-free clamping system allows quick adjustment to accommodate different tube diameters.

  • Square, burr-free, and deformation-free tube ends
  • Portable
  • Integrated laser pointer to determine cutoff point
  • No tools required for cutting depth or tube diameter changes
  • CE marked

Options and Accessories

Saw Blades Replacement saw blades are available individually. One standard saw blade is included with each cutting tool.
Tripod Stainless steel tripod enables easy job site setup and use.
Clamping Jaws Stainless steel tripod enables easy job site setup and use.
Replacement clamping jaws of hardened cast aluminum are available.
Laser Pointer Kit Replacement laser pointer accurately highlights the cutting point.


Nominal Tube OD 1/4 to 4 1/2 in. and 6 to 120 mm
Maximum Wall Thickness 0.118 in. (3 mm)

Tube Facing Tools

Swagelok® tube facing tools are designed to machine flat, smooth, square, burr-free and, chamfer-free tube ends and Micro-Fit® miniature tube butt weld fittings. The tools can be used on 316 stainless steel, carbon steel, titanium, and most nickel-based alloys.

  • Graduated microfeed advancement for controlled material removal
  • High-performance coated tool bit with two cutting edges
  • Heavy-duty industrial motor with easy speed adjustment and control
  • No tools required to change the collet sets to different sizes
  • Removable bench mount bracket included with corded tools
  • Clear safety shield or guards protect operator from the cutting area
  • Optional holder enables bevel cutting
  • Storage and shipping case included
  • CE marked
  • Cannot be used for 2507 tubing over 1/4 in. or for medium-pressure tubing

Cordless tools also feature:

  • Robust lithium ion battery packs with capacity display
  • Electronic overload protection with integrated temperature monitoring
  • Air-cooled technology for quick charging and long service life

Options and Accessories

Cutting Inserts and Holders One cutting insert and insert holder are included with each tube facing tool. Replacement cutting inserts come in a convenient ten-pack.
Battery and Chargers Two lithium ion rechargeable batteries and one charger are included with each cordless tube facing tool. Additional or replacement batteries and chargers can be ordered separately.


Nominal Tube OD 1/8 to 4 1/2 in. and 3 to 114.3 mm
Maximum Wall Thickness 0.118 in. (3 mm)

Deburring Tool

Deburr stainless steel, steel, and hard alloy tube ends. Tubing inside and outside diameters of 3/16 to 1 1/2 in.; 4 to 38 mm.

Tube Cutter

Cuts stainless steel, soft copper, and aluminum tubing. Tubing sizes from 3/16 to 1 in.; 4 to 25 mm OD.

Tube Saw Guide

Holds tubing to enable fast, accurate cutting with a hacksaw. Tubing sizes from 3/16 to 1 in.; 4 to 25 mm OD. Easy mounting in vise.

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Safe Product Selection: The complete catalog contents must be reviewed to ensure that the system designer and user make a safe product selection. When selecting products, the total system design must be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance. Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings, proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the responsibilities of the system designer and user.