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.
Weiler's new catalog is available in both print and online versions and features the new Tiger X flap disc.
Workholding must be updated to make full use of the small lot flexibility that machine tools now offer so that the same part cost can be achieved in much shorter production runs. Here are some of the latest advances in workholding technology for shops to consider.
Versatile Stallion Hybrid trunnions from TrunnionTable.com accommodate a variety of vises, fixtures, 3-jaw and 4-jaw chucks and collet chucks for flexible job shop workholding.