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2/7/2008

DIN-Standard Shrink-Fit Toolholders

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Briney Tooling Systems’ line of precision CNC toolholders includes the DIN standard Shrink-Fit toolholder. This toolholder features a 4.5-degree nose angle; longer bearing surface; shanks ground to ISO-9001 AT3 taper tolerance; and coolant-through bore tooling with an adjustable screw for tool depth.

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