Spindle-speed-increasing tools

  • 20-Jan-2010 10:35 EST
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SMW Autoblok’s Live Tools for Haas lathes feature a 1:3 speed increasing ratio and a maximum speed of 12,000 rpm. Designed to increase the performance of Haas lathes with 4000-rpm driven turrets, the tools can significantly reduce cycle times and duty cycles, particularly in finishing applications in mild steels, aluminum, plastics, and reinforced resins. They feature an ultralow profile of 88.5 mm and are no taller than a standard live tool, preserving Z-axis clearance for work-holding and parts. Additionally, their minimal width of 80 mm prevents interference with adjacent turret tools.

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