7/3/2018

Tendo Platinum Toolholder Works with Machine Spindle

Originally titled 'Toolholder Works with Machine Spindle'
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Schunk’s Tendo Platinum toolholder has improved brazing technology by using a brazing and hardening process in the same cycle, which allows for rigid and durable tool clamping. 

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Schunk’s Tendo Platinum toolholder is designed for durablity, ease of use and precision for almost any milling, drilling, and reaming application. It has improved brazing technology by using a brazing and hardening process all in the same cycle, which allows for rigid and durable tool clamping. 

With vibration dampening and precise runout accuracy of less than 0.003 mm (0.0001”) at 2.5 × clamping diameter, the toolholder works in configuration with the machine spindle and the cutting tool to reduce wear and damage. The company also offers direct clamping in both metric and inch sizes for accuracy and vibration dampening.

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