The powRgrip PG system uses a toolholder and collet to generate high clamping forces while maintaining a TIR of less than 0.0001", the company says. The system is said to be ideal for high speed machining applications, and it can clamp tool shanks ranging to 1" in diameter.
The company also offers the ER coolant flush disk, a cooling and lubricating solution for users without coolant-through tools. Equipped with a long nose that acts like a directional spray nozzle, the flush disks can direct coolant down the shaft to the cutting tip of an end mill for extended tool life, efficient chip removal and improved results, the company says.
The ER collets also include a range of metallic-sealed collets. Designed to seal the tool to the collet and the collet to the toolholder, this product is suited for applications that require coolant pressures ranging to 2,000 psi through the tool. The Swiss-quality metallic sealed collets are designed for universal use and work with any standard or friction-bearing nut.
Additionally, the company will showcase its balancing ring system, which allows standard toolholders to be upgraded.
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