6/16/2005

CNC Thread Rolling Tools

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Landis Threading Systems has extended its range of CNC thread rolling tools by introducing a larger sized tool--the #5 EZ Roller--which is capable of rolling threads from 5/16" to 5/8" or M8 to M16. The tool is designed for rapid, low-cost thread generation with medium to long part runs. It creates a rolled thread with greater strength, improved finish and material savings in a chipless operation that can be produced with conventional CNC equipment.

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Landis Threading Systems has extended its range of CNC thread rolling tools by introducing a larger sized tool--the #5 EZ Roller--which is capable of rolling threads from 5/16" to 5/8" or M8 to M16. The tool is designed for rapid, low-cost thread generation with medium to long part runs.

It creates a rolled thread with greater strength, improved finish and material savings in a chipless operation that can be produced with conventional CNC equipment. The #5 is the largest rolling tool in the CNC EZ Roller series. Other tools in the range are capable of rolling threads as low as #0-80 UNF and can be used with Swiss automatic machines.

Tools are available with standard 0.75" and 1.00" cylindrical shanks. Non-standard shanks are available, and thread rolls can be reversed after use to double life.

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