8/13/2019

Tungaloy Collet Chuck Sleeve Strengthens ID Turning Capability for Small Diameters

Originally titled 'Collet Chuck Sleeve Strengthens ID Turning Capability for Small Diameters '
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TinyMini-Turn is a boring tool system consisting of solid carbide boring bars and sleeves, designed for high precision internal boring, grooving and threading applications in small diameters as small as 0.6 mm (0.024").

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Tungaloy’s line of collet chuck sleeves for the TinyMini-Turn miniature boring tool system, enables a quick change-over of its solid carbide boring bars.

TinyMini-Turn is a boring tool system consisting of solid carbide boring bars and sleeves, designed for high precision internal boring, grooving and threading applications in small diameters as small as 0.6 mm (0.024").

This sleeve features an integrated collect chuck for precision clamping and repeatability as well as quick change-over of boring bars while the sleeve remains mounted in the tool post. A boring bar can easily be changed by operating the clamping cap equipped on the sleeve. In addition, the collet chuck provides full contact gripping on the boring bar shank for higher stability and repeatability over conventional bolt-clamp holders. The sleeve is capable of through-coolant supply for improved chip evacuation and tool life.

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