2/28/2013

1:4 Speed Multipliers Added to Driven Toolholder Line

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The company has added a line of 1:4 speed multipliers to its lineup of live tools, angle heads and multi-spindle drill heads.

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Heimatec offers a line of 1:4 speed multipliers to its lineup of driven tool holders. Styles range to a maximum speed of 24,000 rpm. Models are available as axial or radial drilling and milling heads, with external or internal coolant design. According to Heimatec, mounting configurations are available for virtually any machine tool turret setup, including VDI, BMT and more.

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