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4/9/2019

Big Kaiser Dyna Force Corrects Retention Force

Originally titled 'Measurement Device Corrects Retention Force'
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Big Kaiser’s Dyna Force is a device for measuring the retention force of machine tool spindles.

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Big Kaiser’s Dyna Force is a device for measuring the retention force of machine tool spindles. Insufficient retention force of the spindle clamping mechanism could lead to reduced rigidity and vibrations, loss of machining quality, poor surface finish and shortened tool life. By ensuring that the retention force is at the correct level, cutting performance remains consistent, providing high-quality machining results, according to the company.

According to the company, the device enables regular measurement of the retention force easy and accurate, which is said to reduce the risk of machining quality. The device includes a digital display, cable and storage case. It is available for 30, 40 and 50 cones, with a common digital display for taper sizes. It is also compatible with Big-Plus spindles. 

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