Toolholders For Small Parts And Medical Market

Rego-Fix offers a variety of products dedicated to precision and accuracy, making them especially useful for small-part machining and the medical industry. The company's powRgrip collet system uses a toolholder and collet that can generate very high clamping forces higher than shrink-fit holders and hydraulic chucks, according to the company. The system also features a dynamic dampening effect that will increase surface finishes and tool life when cutting complex materials used in the medical industry with a runout of 0.

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Rego-Fix offers a variety of products dedicated to precision and accuracy, making them especially useful for small-part machining and the medical industry.

The company's powRgrip collet system uses a toolholder and collet that can generate very high clamping forces higher than shrink-fit holders and hydraulic chucks, according to the company. The system also features a dynamic dampening effect that will increase surface finishes and tool life when cutting complex materials used in the medical industry with a runout of 0.0001" or better.

Ultra-precision (UP) collets, part of the company's, ER collet series, are offered in standard and metric sizes. They range from the ER 8 series to the ER 50 series. This large selection of ER collets can clamp tool shanks ranging from 0.2 mm (0.0079") up to 34.0 mm (1.3386") and provide tolerances of 0.0002" or better.

UP collets are primarily used on high speed spindles or in other high speed machining applications where low TIR is desired.

 

Lastly, the cylindrical holders are compatible with the company's ER collets and designed for various automatic machines including Swiss-type turning centers. The cylindrical holders can also be combined with other holders to extend cutting tools for various applications.

 

 

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