Tooling & Workholding
Mills, drills, taps, reamers, boring bars, cutters, inserts, dies, punches, abrasive wheels and other devices used to cut, mill, drill, grind, tap, notch, punch and form material. Chucks, fixtures, clamps, blocks, angle plates, tooling columns, dies and other mechanisms used to position, locate and hold material as it is being cut, milled, drilled, ground, tapped, notched, punched, formed or welded.
S-pads from Hardinge are much faster to change than collets from job-to-job and can be shared between many brands of machines, whether the master collet is mounted directly in a machine spindle (single or multiple), in a collet adaptation chuck, or in a collet block.
The Turbo-Burr from Heck Industries weighs only 3 lb and uses a standard carbide burr to remove burrs on very thin materials up to large blocks.
Vargus offers the TMSD Vertical tool for small diameter deep-hole thread milling applications and TMSD inserts for American Buttress.
Ideal for production machining, the OML Genius 5-axis vise from Lexair pulls jaws together at the top to clamp down the workpiece with a 9,000 lb force that eliminates issues faced with traditional vise jaws.