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7/28/2004

Digital Boring Heads

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The DigiBore self-balancing boring heads offer a 0.118' to 8.195" boring range with coolant through the tool up to 580 psi at a maximum speed of 16,000 rpm. The "zero-out" function displays + or - fine adjustments in 0.0001" increments. The heads incorporate completely sealed electronic transversal measuring technology for 0.0001" accuracy, the company says.

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