7/24/2012

Micro-Drill Holders for Swiss Machines, Precision Lathes

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GenSwiss will exhibit its hyper-accurate micro-drill holders designed for CNC Swiss machine and precision lathes at IMTS 2012.

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GenSwiss will exhibit its hyper-accurate micro-drill holders designed for CNC Swiss machine and precision lathes. The drill holders feature pre-hardened shanks, high-precision nuts for extreme concentricity and collet sizes ranging from 0.5 to 5.8 mm. The holders are well-suited for micro-parts production requirements, the company says.

 
The company will also feature its Multidec thin grooving and micro-turning tools; Back Tools System holders for turning operations on the subspindle and from an ID tool position; Coolant Thru toolholders; GenBore Triple ID toolholders; and other products for Swiss-type machining.

 

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