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Sep 2015  
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Industry News Items

 Marposs acquires FL Tool Holders

 U.S. Shop Tools releases new catalog

 SCHUNK: Jens Lehmann as new spokesperson

 MSC expands Accupro line

 ZOLLER partners with Machining Cloud

Toolholders feature runout adjustment system
NT Tool offers its R-Zero runout adjustment system in its CTZ toolholders for large cutting tool diameters.
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Mapal offers additively manufactured hydraulic chuck
With the HighTorque Chuck (HTC) with narrow contour, MAPAL has succeeded in combining the benefits of the hydraulic expansion technology with the 3° back taper known from the shrink chuck.
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Collet holders allow quick adjustment of projection length
NT Tool’s Easy Preset Collet Holders are designed to increase setup speeds and minimize downtime on the shop floor.
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Slim hydraulic chuck is for narrow workpieces
NT Tool offers its high-accuracy hydraulic chucks in the slim-bodied PHC-S holder ideal for use in tight spaces.
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ERI America introduces hydraulic chucks
ERI America introduces hydraulic chucks from WTE Präzisionstechnik GmbH.
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Hold Fast
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Assistant Editor
Published: July 2015

High-speed machining is an amorphous term, but can generally mean anything from 10,000 rpm to, at least theoretically, 500,000 rpm or higher. At high speeds, even the slightest toolholder movement or runout can drastically reduce tool life, spindle life, surface finish and part quality.
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A Clean Break
Author: Evan Jones Thorne
Published: June 2015

Parting off presents challenges, but paying attention to the basics makes it a lot easier.
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Sensory Perception
Author: Alan Richter
Published: May 2015

The Look Ahead section in the May 2015 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine also presents a sensory toolholder for wireless, in-process measurement of cutting forces.
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Balanced Equations: Toolholder Vibration Makes For Miserable Machining, But Balancing Can Help
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: July 2014

Unbalanced tool holders create excessive heat in the spindle bearings, which, along with the vibration, can cause premature spindle failure.
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Selecting The Proper Toolholder
Author: Christopher Tate
Published: June 2014

The foundation of robust and successful CNC milling and drilling processes consists of numerous elements, including high-quality machine tools, sturdy work holders and high-performance cutting tools. Toolholders are another of the basic elements.
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Tool Quickie
In this 2-minute side-by-side comparison, Kennametal shows its KM-Micro/Mini tool being changed in just half a minute versus a standard tool requiring 2 minutes to change, set up and gage.
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IMTS 2012 Roundup
Cutting Tool Engineering offers a full report on the myriad press conferences and media events held during the International Manufacturing Technology Show 2012 at Chicago's McCormick Place. The Sept. 10-15 show attracted nearly 22% more visitors than in 2010.
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Kennametal Targets Weakest Link
Mike Ramsey, vice president of Global MTI Sales at Kennametal Inc., provides an overview of the company's new KM4X spindle connection system, which is said to triple the bending resistance compared to other systems.
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Creep-feed Grinding
Larry Marchand, vice president of the Profile Grinding Technologies Division at United Grinding Technologies, provides a brief look at the company's Mägerle MFP 50, which features an automatic tool changer that enables grinding, milling and drilling in one setup.
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High-speed Demo
Even with a rigid setup, the high cutting forces from driving chips into the T-land face generate small vibrations, which can be seen with Federal-Mogul Corp.’s high-speed video system.
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