6/26/2012 | 1 MINUTE READ

Boring Head and Damper to be Displayed

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The Kaiser series 310 EWD precision finish digital boring head from Big Kaiser features absolute setting accuracy shown on a built-in digital display.

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The Kaiser series 310 EWD precision finish digital boring head from Big Kaiser features absolute setting accuracy shown on a built-in digital display. The measurement system shows precise linear movement of the tool carrier in both directions during adjustments of 0.00005" or 0.001 mm in diameter. These boring heads use existing insert holders from the 310 EWN program to enable maximum boring range per head and compatibility with existing special design insert holders. An IP 69K seal rating ensures resistance to contamination, the company says.
 
The Smart Damper by Kaiser’s Big Daishowa brand will also be on display. The damper is a solution in extended-reach arbor technology. A dynamic damping system reduces vibration and chatter for increased productivity in deep-hole finish boring and extended-reach face milling applications. This improves surface finishes and increases metal removal rates. Models are designed for Kaiser modular boring tools with KAB4-KAB6 connection and for shell mill arbors with a 1"-diameter pilot. All offer center through-coolant delivery.
 
The company will also display its Kaiser SW accessory insert holders; Big Daishowa R-cutter and ATC alignment tool; Diaset contact presetter and benchtop presetter; Speroni Futura CNC; Innotool ROC mineral cast tombstone workholding technology; and Sphinx Power-Phoenix drills and Micro Tricut drill.

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