With an industrial-strength freight anzer and a cargo trailer, the HarborFreight anzer is capable of cutting up to a 20-foot-long chunk of wood or fabric.
The anzer comes with a three-stage tooling that can cut 1.5-feet of material in less time than it takes to get a 1-gallon bucket of water.
The tooling can also be used to cut up to six inches of material.
With a minimum order of 15,000 pieces, you could be ready to go by tomorrow.
The HarborFreights anzer was first introduced in 2007, and it’s now available in a variety of sizes and configurations.
It’s also a great way to start the process of getting the warehouse of your dreams up and running.
You can use the HarborAnzer to cut, miter, grind, sand, drill, and otherwise do a variety to your warehouse space.
There’s also an anvil with a built-in 3-D printer, which you can use to make the final cut of your project.
The warehouse of the future has been getting better and better at getting smaller and smaller, but the idea of building an anzer with the power of a modern industrial-scale mill is a bit out there, even if it’s easy to build.
Check out our video for some inspiration.
HarborFreight Anzer at a glanceThe HarborAnzors tooling has three stages, which means it can be used in the following ways:• Cut, mite, and sand a piece of wood.• Drill a hole into a metal plate to insert a piece.• Grind a hole in a metal surface to drill a hole through it.• Cut and mold a piece from a block of wood, then use the anzer to carve a slot for a hole.
You can use an anzor to carve out holes for any kind of holes you need.