9/2/2015

Briney Tooling End Mill Holders Produce Reduced Runout Capability

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Briney Tooling Systems’ Tru Position end mill holders with reduced TIR of 0.0002 use a custom engineered internal eccentric grinding technique that produces the reduced runout capability.

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Briney Tooling Systems’ Tru Position end mill holders with reduced TIR of 0.0002 use a custom engineered internal eccentric grinding technique that produces the reduced runout capability. Advantages of the toolholder include less runout for a more even chip load with less chatter, fewer tool passes to mill slots because of improved on-center rotation, machining time savings and improved machining quality. Testing and production have proved that the toolholders have twice the cutting tool life of other conventional end mill holders, reducing cutting tool replacement costs by half, the company says.

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