1/19/2018

Indexable Punch Broaches and Holders Offer Simple Setup

Originally titled 'Punch Broach Tooling Offers Simple Setup'
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Slater Tools’ range of indexable punch broaches and holders are designed to machine shapes in workpieces where rotary broaching may not be feasible, such as depth of operation, tough materials, tooth height, chip evacuation challenges and applications that require orientation.

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Slater Tools’ range of indexable punch broaches and holders can machine shapes in workpieces where rotary broaching may not be feasible. Such cases include depth of operation, tough materials, tooth height, chip evacuation challenges and applications that require orientation, the company says.

The indexable punch broach holders facilitate the process by using partial form broach tools and indexing either the tool or the workpiece, which reduces cutting pressure. According to the company, this method of broaching is most beneficial for applications requiring no witness (pre-drill) marks, with excessive material removal, or where timing the form to a feature on the part is required.

The holders feature a rigid design with standard shank diameters ranging from 0.625” to 1.250” and metric shanks are also available.

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