3/4/2009

Live Tools for Lathes

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Designed to enhance the performance of a CNC lathe, the company offers a variety of live tools. These tools are designed to improve milling, drilling and tapping capabilities in turning operations. The company stocks a range of standardized live tools for CNC turning centers from major builders.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Related Suppliers

Designed to enhance the performance of a CNC lathe, the company offers a variety of live tools. These tools are designed to improve milling, drilling and tapping capabilities in turning operations. The company stocks a range of standardized live tools for CNC turning centers from major builders.

The live tool offering includes high-speed tooling, coolant feed-through tools, axial tools, radial tools, dual output radial tools and universal tools. Straight and offset units, modular quick-change systems and tapping quick-change holders are also available. Many models are lightweight and compact.

The live tools include optimized gears for smooth operation. Other advantages include lifetime lubrication of bearings, high torque transmission, internal coolant as much as 70 bar and length adjustment.

RELATED CONTENT

  • Hard Turning as an Alternative to Grinding

    Hard turning can be a cost effective alternative for shops looking to streamline part processing.

  • Are Bar Fed Machining Centers the Next Big Thing?

    Advanced mill-turn machines with bar fed material handling can overcome several inherent weaknesses of production machining on vertical machining centers.

  • Vertical Turning Upside Down

    Using the main spindle for double-duty machining and workpiece load/unload makes sense. It’s a simple idea that has grown in sophistication from turning to multitasking. This article looks at the state of the art using inverted vertical turning for precision volume production.


Resources