SYNC180 JR Tube Notcher

The Sync 180JR Tube Notcher! JUNIOR in name but not in Function or Capability!

The Sync 180 JR has the capability of notching 3/4" through 3" tubing. Solid construction for smooth accurate cutting. Able to do angle and offset notches, this quality notcher is the most versatile notcher at this price.

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Yes it notches square tubing!


The SYNC180JR is able to mount directly onto tube!


Features of the SYNC180 Jr
- Capacity of 3/4" to 3" Round Tubing
- Capacity of 3/4" to 1 1/2" Square Tubing
- Angles up to 60 (swing angle total to 240)
- 180 quick locate jig
- Offset Notching Ability with shims included
- All CNC machined
- Heavy duty 3/4" thick base and swing arm made from 7075 aircraft aluminum
- 1" Polished Steel shaft
- Needle bearings
- Mounting plate to clamp it in a vise
- Quick adjust slot in swing arm
- Uses bi-metal hole saws
- Requires an ordinary 1/2" hand drill
- Includes Notching Calculator (on thumb drive)
- Made in the USA!
SYNC180 Junior Notcher
Part Number: SYNC180JR


Includes Adjustable Quick Release handle
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Hole saws and other notching Accessories can be seen Here

Videos of the Sync180 Junior in Use
Angled Notching

More Complex Notching


We were proud to showcase the Sync180 tubing notcher at the FabTech show in Las Vegas. Fabtech is North America's largest metal forming, fabricating, tube & pipe and welding trade show.

Notching tubing for a roll cage requires the use of specialized tools and techniques. Here are the steps to notch tubing for a roll cage:

Determine the angle of the cut: The first step is to determine the angle at which the tubing needs to be notched. This will depend on the design of the roll cage and the specific application.

Mark the tubing: Use a marker to mark the location where the notch needs to be made.

Choose a notching tool: There are different tools that can be used to notch tubing, such as a hole saw or a notching tool. The choice of tool will depend on the diameter and thickness of the tubing.

Secure the tubing: Clamp the tubing securely in place using a vise or other clamping device.

Make the cut: Use the notching tool to cut out the notch at the marked location. The cut should be made at the correct angle and depth.

Clean up the notch: Use a file or deburring tool to remove any rough edges or burrs from the notch.

Repeat the process: Repeat the above steps for each section of tubing that needs to be notched for the roll cage.

It's important to note that notching tubing for a roll cage requires a high degree of precision and accuracy.