2/12/2004

Model 190 End-Rolling Attachment for Thread Rolling

Originally titled 'End-Rolling Attachment'
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The company has introduced an end-rolling attachment for thread rolling applications on CNC turning centers, Swiss, multi-spindle machines and others. The Model 190 features a single-piece front-plate design that provides high rigidity for long tool life and better quality threads, the company says. The single-piece design is said to provide thread roll protection.

The company has introduced an end-rolling attachment for thread rolling applications on CNC turning centers, Swiss, multi-spindle machines and others. The Model 190 features a single-piece front-plate design that provides high rigidity for long tool life and better quality threads, the company says. The single-piece design is said to provide thread roll protection.

The attachment is designed for roll changeover from one job to another and consists of a standard single carbide bushing for each roll. Said to eliminate the use of cumbersome needle bearings, the attachment comes standard with a 3/4" square shank holder. Custom shanks are also available.

The model offers thread sizes ranging from ¼" to 32" through 7/16" to 14"; features micro-adjustable thread pitch diameter using an engraved scale; and allows machine adjustments.

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