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2/24/2017

Coolant Delivery System Promotes Efficient Change-Out

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PMTS 2017: GenSwiss will feature its versatile, compact quick-change coolant delivery system enabling a variety of internal cooling Multidec-LUB clamping shims to utilize high- and low-pressure options for high-accuracy, repeatable jet flow to the insert.

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GenSwiss will feature its versatile, compact quick-change coolant delivery system enabling a variety of internal cooling Multidec-LUB clamping shims to utilize high- and low-pressure options for high-accuracy, repeatable jet flow to the insert. The corrosion-resistant, low-profile system offers straight and swivel-type connections in a variety of lengths, and features quick-release fittings, eliminating the need for unscrewing and thus reducing downtime. The high-pressure coolant tubes can be connected directly with LUB shims of IC holders, eliminating the need to route high-pressure lines from setup to setup. The coolant distributor housing is designed with two to eight outlets to suit a range of machining cycles for simple and complex parts production requirements. For high-pressure coolant operation, the steel components are built to withstand pressures as high as 2,900 psi.

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