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1/4/2019

Speed Multipliers Provide Axial or Radial Heads

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Platinum Tooling Technologies’ line of 1-to-4 live tool speed multipliers in 24,000 RPM maximum styles are said to be available for most live tool lathes.

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Platinum Tooling Technologies’ line of 1-to-4 live tool speed multipliers in 24,000 RPM maximum styles are said to be available for most live tool lathes. These speed multipliers are provided as axial or radial drilling and milling heads, with either external or internal coolant design and mounting configurations to suit many machine tool turret set-up, including VDI and BMT sizes.

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