9/29/2015

Toolholder for High Production Tapping

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The Speedsynchro toolholder from Emuge features an integrated transmission of 1:4.412 for optimizing thread production on CNC machines with synchronous spindles.

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The Speedsynchro toolholder from Emuge features an integrated transmission of 1:4.412 for optimizing thread production on CNC machines with synchronous spindles. The integrated transmission is combined with Softsynchro minimum-length compensation to work with high cutting speeds and a relatively low synchronous machine tool speed, compensating for synchronization errors during the threading process. The results are significant time and money savings, particularly in high production tapping operations, the company says. The toolholder is designed for easy programming and as much as 40-percent time savings because of shortened thread production cycles resulting from the combined fast acceleration and cutting speeds facilitated by the integrated transmission. The time savings substantially increases the number of tapped holes achieved in a given operation and is especially effective in high production tapping, the company says. Tool life and thread surface quality are said to be optimized.

The Speedsynchro toolholder supports a maximum spindle speed of 2,000 rpm and a maximum tapping speed of 8,824 rpm. The cutting range is from M1 - M8, and an ER16 toolholder size is offered. Internal coolant capability is provided.

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