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8/17/2015

Anti-Pull Locking System for Metal Removal Applications

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Rego-Fix’s secuRgrip is an anti-pull system that provides tool locking for challenging metal removal applications.

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Rego-Fix’s secuRgrip is an anti-pull system that provides tool locking for challenging metal removal applications. It locks the collet and cutter to the toolholder body to eliminate cutter slippage with a locking system that includes a small, profiled locking key insert that fits into a standard Weldon end mill flat. The locking system has a TIR of 0.0001" and enables manufacturers to preset their tool heights. Rego-Fix customers can modify their existing powRgrip holders for use with the system. The secuRgrip locking system is also available for ER collets and milling chucks.

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