Super Finish Axial Mill
Top rated speed of 10,000 min-1
The time-proven DIN standard 16° taper is used for the collet part at the tip.
The ER11 collet part has the gripping range fromφ0.5 to φ7mm and the ER16 collet part has the gripping range from φ0.5 to φ10mm. However, the collet that corresponds to the gripping size is required (sold separately).
Remove the nut and collet, and take out the stopper inside. When loosening the hexagon socket bolt seen inside with a hexagonal wrench, the spring falls out together with the bolt. (Note that the washer also falls out at this time). The spring can be easily replaced if you replace the spring with other spring provided as accessory, and retighten the bolt together with the spring.
This simple deburring holder is used for NC machines, robots, and various special machines.
When using this holder for a machining center, attach the holder to the mealing chuck.
When using this holder for a robot and various special machines, prepare a dedicated mounting holder (side lock holder or collet holder).
This holder is used for removing burrs made in machining (perforating, end mill processing, face mill processing, etc.) as well as burrs on the outer and inner parts such as casted burrs, forged burrs, and plastic-molded burrs.
The T10 features a function that the tip (cutting tool gripper) expands 10mm in the axial direction.
With the functions mentioned above, the holders can deburr by absorbing some misalignment of a work set on the machine in the axial direction.
The holders have the top rated speed of 10,000 min-1, which allows the use of a superhard cutting tool (rotary bar) the most appropriate for deburring. (Never use the deburring holders by the number of revolutions that exceeds the top rated speed.)
When using this holder, ensure that the bit basically approaches the works with a down cut.
When using this unit for a deburring job, if the bit approaches the works and processing begins with an up cut at the corner section, the bit may catch and snarl on the corner section.
When starting a job from a corner section, ensure that your processing program begins the approach
with a down cut.
When choosing a bit, you must consider several factors, including the special features provided by the unit, as well as the work materials, work-mounting method, and the shape of the section to be deburred. If you are unsure of which is the best bit to use, please consult with our staff or your retailer.