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The Humble Pull Stud

I’ve said that the toolholder is the least appreciated element in many milling processes, but the pull stud (or retention knob) is perhaps the least appreciated component of the toolholder.


Thread Milling Explained

Watch this short video from Sandvik Coromant to learn about the advantages of thread milling.


Video: Understanding Toolholders

The toolholder is arguably the least appreciated element in a system for successful milling on a machining center. Watch a presentation for optimizing the interface between the cutting tool and the spindle.


What Your Handbook Isn’t Telling You

Tony Schmitz, professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, gives a presentation on machine tool dynamics. Learn the role that this concept plays in realizing your optimal machining center performance.


Video Shows How to Check Toolholder Runout

Here’s a video that explains how to check the runout on a collet chuck toolholder.


See a Quick Way to Deburr Holes in Contoured Surfaces

This video shows a device that enables machine tools to quickly deburr both sides of through holes in elliptical and contoured surfaces.


Why the Y?

See how Y-axis toolholders enable Swiss-type lathes to realize better chip control.


Milling HRSAs: The Checklist

When milling super alloys, there are certain process requirements that must be observed.


Doing More with a Live-Tool Lathe

A tool design improved the milling capability of a CNC turning center.


Care and Maintenance of Toolholders

Worn or damaged toolholders can reduce tool life, degrade workpiece surface finish or harm the machine tool spindle. A downloadable guide from Techniks explains what operators should look for when evaluating the condition of a collet and nut-style t...


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