toolholder

toolholder

(ˈtuːlˌhəʊldə)
n
something that stores or contains tools
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Determining if toolholder components need to be replaced is not a difficult task, but does require that the operator knows what to look for.
8220;Providing an ER collet chuck and quick change system in one toolholder allows you to buy many fewer tools than you would have to otherwise,” says Anthony DeHart, Director of Sales & Business Development at WTO USA.
The SINO-R universal toolholder is based on an expansion technology system with a solid body and a pressure medium, quickly clamping the cutting tool by using an actuation wrench.
23 -- Schunk has introduced a hydraulic expansion toolholder with a run-out accuracy of 0.
One application of crowned gear couplings is at head of toolholder ultra-precision for normal lathes.
The marks at the small end are where the threads have expanded the toolholder.
Drill projection length can be adjusted by handrotating the knurled guide ring on the outside of the SDM Toolholder.
Using a toolholder and collet, the powRgrip PG 32 toolholding system is built to provide clamping forces higher than shrink-fit holders.
Norton notes that Smith's engineering VP, Lee Flick, was a toolholder design engineer for TSD from 1986 until 1999.
210 Series Tool Taxis (VTT-210, 211 and 212) with 23 inch (584 mm) removable toolholder inserts, for use with consistently spaced tool assemblies.
com) is a system that combines the Coromant Capto toolholder with high-pressure coolant jets to deliver fluid at up to 80 bars at the exact point of cut when combined with a negative insert in turning centers, vertical turning lathes, and multi-task machines.
According to Bao and Tansel [Bao and Tansel, 2000], tool runout mainly depends on spindle and toolholder characteristics.