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10/29/2007

Coolant-Through Lathe Toolholders

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Streamliner & Associates’ Streamliner lathe toolholders feature coolant delivery through the shank and are suited for low or high pressure. To conserve coolant, the toolholders are equipped with interchangeable coolant-distribution plates at the insert-top level for various volumes of air, mist or liquid.

 

In addition, the toolholders’ optimized rake angles and internal coolant passages can improve speed, chip control, product quality and output, the company says. They are available in 1" and 25-mm square shanks in right- and left-handed versions that include all three distribution plates.

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