Bench-Mounted Presetter Designed for Intuitive Control

Koma Precision says its Larth tool presetter can be a more cost-effective alternative to decentralized tool measurement machines.

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Koma Precision says its Larth tool presetter can be a more cost-effective alternative to decentralized tool measurement machines. The bench-mounted tool presetter features a ground granite base and column, stainless steel construction and a 5.7" TFT LCD touchscreen. It is designed to provide full operator control. Options and functions are selected via an intuitive icon system for simplicity, the company says.  

The precision spindle system is fully interchangeable and utilizes a one-piece cartridge to eliminate the need for adaptors and the errors associated with their use.

A DPP software package is also included. Working via a DNC system, the software converts measured tool data into CNC code for direct loading into the machine controller and associated tool offset pages. 

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