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1/9/2018

Toolholders, Workholding Designed for Swiss-Type Lathes

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WhizHold from WhizCut provides a range of toolholders and workholding products that are specially developed for Swiss-type lathes.

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WhizHold from WhizCut provides a range of toolholders and workholding products that are specially developed for Swiss-type lathes. The company also provides a range of additional products for setting up Swiss-type lathes, including collet holders, collets and revolving ends designed to help shops get the most out of their machines.

The company uses an integrated approach to help users ensure that workpiece and tool clamping are matched to their Swiss-type machine’s capabilities and the type of work that will be done.

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