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Video: Installing a Right Angle Head on a Toolchanger

This video steps you through the process for installing a standard right-angle head on a machine’s tool changer.

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Angle heads enable machine tools to perform milling, drilling and tapping operations in areas where a machine’s standard spindle can’t access. But how do you set up an angle head to work with a machine’s automatic toolchanger? Heimatec, manufacturer of live tools, angle heads and multi-spindle drill heads, takes you through the process for a standard right angle head in the video above.

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