4/27/2006

Adaptor Plates Offer One-Setup Machining

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To better serve customers using multitask machining, Sandvik Coromant has introduced the option to build customized multitask mini turrets. Made possible through the use of CoroTurn SL adaptor plates, this option is designed to aid customers looking to complete complex workpieces in one setup. The easy-to-customize multitask mini turrets combine the adaptor plates with cutting heads and blades for turning and grooving operations.

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To better serve customers using multitask machining, Sandvik Coromant has introduced the option to build customized multitask mini turrets. Made possible through the use of CoroTurn SL adaptor plates, this option is designed to aid customers looking to complete complex workpieces in one setup.

The easy-to-customize multitask mini turrets combine the adaptor plates with cutting heads and blades for turning and grooving operations. By integrating four cutting heads into one toolholder for both internal and external use, toolchange time is significantly reduced and space in the tool magazine is maximized.

The mini turret adaptor plates are available for axial and radial assembly in two sizes.

 

 

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