10/17/2012

Thread Whirling Units for Swiss-Type Machines

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Carmex whirling inserts and holders use simultaneous rotational and longitudinal movements in high-production applications.

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Carmex whirling inserts and holders use simultaneous rotational and longitudinal movements in high-production applications. High-precision parts include dental implants and bonescrews.
 

Incorporating a whirling unit head equipped with eight cutting edges in contact with a rotating workpiece advanced longitudinally, the Carmex system generates high surface quality, accurate geometry and increased tool life, the company says. 

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