7/16/2013

Anti-Pull System Eliminates Cutter Pullout

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The secuRgrip anti-pull system from Rego-Fix locks the collet and cutter to the toolholder body to eliminate cutter slippage during metal removal applications.

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The secuRgrip anti-pull system from Rego-Fix locks the collet and cutter to the toolholder body to eliminate cutter slippage during metal removal applications. As an option in the company’s powRgrip product series, the secuRgrip system uses a locking key system and threaded cap for added cutting tool security when machining complex parts.

The system uses standard carbide or HSS end mill designs and its locking key insert is compatible with the standard ground notches found on most Weldon-type end mills. It can be used with Rego-Fix PG 25 and 32 holders in all tapers, including CAT, BT, TC, HSK, Capto and dual-contact Rego Plus. The system is compatible with all Big Plus spindles, as well.

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