toolhead


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toolhead

(ˈtuːlˌhɛd)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) an adjustable attachment for a machine tool that holds the tool in position
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45 ACP toolhead and shell plate, and adjust the powder measure for 5.
The GSI Toolhead features an integrated bullet feed mechanism that delivers bullets to the seating station in true progressive fashion.
A new feature for Kongsberg XL tables, the MultiCUT toolhead has been designed specifically for shops that need to cut materials for a wide range of applications.
35 mm capacity and features a rotating toolhead offering up to 12,000 rpm and four independent cutting tools for more sophisticated parts.
A curved bar contacts the tab as bottles are transported neck up from trimming , gently bending the tab up close to the bottom, then a pneumatic punch with tab shape toolhead pops up and snaps the tab into the bottom recess.
With its suggested retail price of $299 (double that of a conventional contractor-grade saw), you have to be a serious toolhead to pop for one.
Toolhead: The toolhead is fastened to the ram on a circular plate so that it can be rotated for making angular cuts.
This is a four-station press that features auto priming, auto powder charging and boasts extremely quick caliber changeovers with a unique removable toolhead.
Because of its size, the SixDOF can be mounted on the toolhead of a manipulator arm to track reflective references on the workpiece.
The company introduced the MultiCUT toolhead for the Kongsberg XL22 sample-making table designed for cutting, creasing and scoring low volume corrugated and folding carton jobs.
The base adapter and the interchangeable driven toolhead are designed to be bolted together by four screws, similar to the lower and upper housing parts of a monoblock unit [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED].