Mega ER Grip Designed to Outperform Standard ER Systems

Originally titled 'Grip Designed to Outperform Standard ER Systems'

Big Kaiser’s Mega ER Grip was designed to outperform all standard ER systems in the four most critical areas of tool holder performance: clamping force, concentricity, rigidity and balance at high spindle speeds.

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Big Kaiser’s Mega ER Grip was designed to outperform all standard ER systems in the four most critical areas of tool holder performance: clamping force, concentricity, rigidity and balance at high spindle speeds. All Mega ER holders are also sold without a standard clamping nut, says the company.

The line has been expanded to include more options of Big-Plus spindles, specifically BBT30, BBT40 and BBT50 tapers. These tapers are available in standard configurations of ER11, ER16, ER20, ER25, and ER32.

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