According to the manufacturers, the change-over inserts consist of a customer-specified tool holder and a cone that corresponds to a clamping collet according to DIN 6499. In the Heimatec exchange system, the cone has been furnished with a polygon. This reportedly allows an enormous amount of force and torque transfer to be carried out during the machining and cutting process. The new system is said to enable rational, efficient and flexible processing as a result. Manufacturing companies using Big Kaiser fine boring heads can now operate these tools with the improved Heimatec.u-tec exchange system. A variety of adapters are available from the exhibitors for the Big Kaiser fine boring head sizes CKB1 to CKB5.
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Adaptation solution for Big Kaiser fine boring heads
The Heimatec.u-tec changing system has been developed to enable time-saving tool changes for turning, drilling and milling operations.
20 Sep. 2017
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