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Vibration Damper Increases Productivity for Boring Operations

Wohlhaupter’s NoviTech vibration damper module, available from Allied Machine & Engineering, increases productivity for boring operations as well as surface quality and process reliability while extending the insert’s and machining spindle’s operating life.

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Wohlhaupter’s NoviTech vibration damper module, available from Allied Machine & Engineering, increases productivity for boring operations as well as surface quality and process reliability while extending the insert’s and machining spindle’s operating life. Inside the system, the viscoelastically mounted damper modules reduce vibrations during the machining of diameters ranging from 1.97" to 8.07" (50 to 205 mm). The modules feature the company’s MultiBore system (MVS), making the system simple to use with existing Wohlhaupter components. The system is also compatible with any machine spindle.

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