Tooling & Workholding

Exploring the: Toolholders Zone
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Quick-Change Can Equal Quick Savings

Quick-change systems minimize the hassle of the tool change, cutting the process from several minutes to mere seconds. Shortened tool change time means more cutting time on the machine and increased productivity.


Life Outside of PMTS

Although a bit preoccupied with PMTS lately, we've still managed to keep up with our other editorial duties. I toured the expanded Rego-Fix facility in Switzerland.


Toolholder Care and Maintenance Guide

It’s not uncommon for a shop to dedicate a lot of effort to selecting the best toolholder for a particular machining application.


Offset-Style Swiss Toolholders Clear Up Clearance Issues

It’s no secret a Swiss-type machine’s tooling zone is a busy place where space utilization is critical.


Technology Hits the Road

As a strategy to assist in its tradeshow follow-up efforts, this company has put a demonstration vehicle on the road to bring its technology to prospective customers.


Inspecting Tapers, Part 2: Toolholder Gaging

A few months ago, we discussed the calibration of conical taper masters, which are used to master taper gages. Now let's look at the parts those gages are used to inspect—toolholders.


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