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JUL 2018

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Page 70 of 123 69 VISIT US AT IMTS 2018 IN BOOTH #431564 Cutting Tools Pages 61 to 72 End Mill Has Helix Design to Reduce Vibration While Machining Haimer USA's Basic Mill solid carbide end mills are created with H6 shank tolerances using geom- etries with an unequal flute and helix design that reduces vibration while machining. The Basic Mill can be used in almost all material, including stain- less steel, alloy steel, cast iron, aluminum and gen- eral steels. Haimer says that the end mill is capable of aggressive roughing machining strategies that include slotting, trochoidal milling, steep ramping and even drilling. The end mills is available in inch and metric, a full complement of radii and flute lengths and with or without Safe-Lock shanks. Haimer says that the Basic Mill is the do-it-all end mill for the shop. Other technologies and products from Haimer include the Haimer Microset tool presetting machines, Power Clamp shrink fit machines, Haimer shrink fit tool holders and collet chucks, Tool Dynamic balancing machines, Haimer Safe-Lock and Duo-Lock technologies, Haimer 3D Sensors and Haimer Power Mill end mills. Haimer USA / 866-837-3265 / Slim Toolholder Precisely Machines Areas That are Difficult to Reach The slim design of the Tribos-SVL toolholder extensions from Schunk enables precise and smooth machining of workpiece areas that are difficult to access. In spite of the slim design, the extension is robust and permits a run-out accu- racy of less than 0.003 mm. The Tribos-SVL can be combined with a variety of toolholders, like the Tendo hydraulic expansion toolholders, Celsio heat shrink toolholders, collet toolholders and Tribos toolholders. The Tribos extensions and the Tendo hydraulic expansion toolholders or the Tribos-R polygonal toolholders complement each other. Both systems have a vibration damping effect on the overall system. The Tribos SVL has a wide range of clamping diameters. They are available in metric from 0.3–20 mm and in inches from 1 / 8 – 3 / 4 ". Schunk / 919-572-2705 /

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