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Flexible Adapter System Available on Right-Angle Heads
Heimatec’s U-tec flexible adapter system is available on all right-angle heads in the company’s line, and models are available for most machine tool lines in the North American market, the company says.
Quick-Change Tool System Reduces Setup Time
Benz’s Solidfix modular tool-changing system is designed to enable quick tooling changes via adapters that hold a variety of tools.
Toolholder for High-Production Tapping
Emuge’s SpeedSynchro toolholding solution features an integrated transmission of 1:4.412 for optimizing thread production on CNC machines with synchronous spindles.
Modular Shrink-Fit Adapters Designed for Improved Holding Power
Techniks SFS12 modular shrink-fit adapters feature an internal drawbar design for improved holding power and faster tool changes.
Carmex Brochure Features Swiss-Type Tools
The Tiny Tools line has been expanded with the CBR incorporating an advanced chipbreaker for improved chip evacuation in boring and profiling operations.
Hydraulic Toolholder Maintains Runout Accuracy
Schunk is expanding its line of hydraulic expansion toolholders with the Tendo Aviation designed for demanding applications such as those commonly performed in the aerospace industry.
Electrospindles Hold as Many as Eight Tools
ITI Tooling’s ATC series of electrospindles with built-in multi-station tool carrier have been developed specifically for boost performance on production machines and robots handling multiple operations or requiring redundant tooling.
Expanded Tap Holder Line Reduces Axial Forces
Emuge Corp. has expanded its Softsynchro tap holder line, adding two new holder series.
Milling Chuck Eliminates Pullout while Machining HSRAs
Big Kaiser introduces the Mega Perfect Grip from Big Daishowa, a milling chuck for machining heat-resistant super alloys (HRSAs) like titanium or Inconel, designed to eliminate end mill pullout under heavy torque loads.
DuoJustCut Parting-Off Tool for Swiss Lathes
Even if the first cutting edge is chipped, the other cutting edge can be used because of the design of the insert clamping.