1/15/2003

Tangential Thread Rolling Attachment

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The new NC41 Series Tangential Thread Rolling Attachment is said to provide reliable service with a high degree of versatility and ease of use unmatched in the CNC thread rolling industry. Compact yet able to handle a wide range of sizes, this head incorporates several attachment features. The pitch diameter knob is said to allow easy adjustment without tools.

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The new NC41 Series Tangential Thread Rolling Attachment is said to provide reliable service with a high degree of versatility and ease of use unmatched in the CNC thread rolling industry. Compact yet able to handle a wide range of sizes, this head incorporates several attachment features. The pitch diameter knob is said to allow easy adjustment without tools. The roll compensator simplifies roll timing, ensures roll synchronization and eliminates flaking, according to the company. The quick release mechanism lets you replace rolls without tools. All tooling changes and part adjustments can be made right in the machine. Initially designed to fit Hardinge T-51 with 1" square shank turrets, it is also available with a VDI shank configuration to adapt to most similarly sized lathes.

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