4/11/2019

Kyocera KPC-Series Features Several Styles

Originally titled 'Toolholder Series Features Several Styles'
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Kyocera Precision Tools’ KPC-series of polygon taper shank holders are designed for high-rigidity and high-precision machining.

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Kyocera Precision Tools’ KPC-series of polygon taper shank holders are designed for high-rigidity and high-precision machining. The holders are designed with dual contact between the taper and the flange face along with an even distribution between three faces on the sides of the flange create a rigid body with locational accuracy within ±2 microns, according to the company. The series features several holder styles for turning, grooving, cut-off and threading applications.

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