Toolholding Line Adds Smaller-Size Clamping Unit

Rego-Fix Tool Corp. has extended its powRgrip line of toolholding systems to include the 9500, an automatic clamping unit that operates in the same manner as the company’s other clamping units, but is smaller in size, has fewer moving parts, incorporates durable proximity switches and has a streamlined exterior design.

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Rego-Fix Tool Corp. has extended its powRgrip line of toolholding systems to include the 9500, an automatic clamping unit that operates in the same manner as the company’s other clamping units, but is smaller in size, has fewer moving parts, incorporates durable proximity switches and has a streamlined exterior design. These design changes are said to significantly boost reliability, operator efficiency, system longevity and energy savings.

Also in the powRgrip product line is the secuRgrip, an anti-pull system suited for challenging metal-removal applications. This toolholding system locks the collet and cutter to the toolholder body to eliminate cutter slippage, using a patented locking system that includes a small, profiled locking key insert that fits into a standard Weldon end mill flat. The secuRgrip system has a TIR of 0.0001" and enables manufacturers to preset their tool heights. Existing powRgrip holders can be modified for use with the system. The locking system also is available for ER collets and milling chucks.

Rego-Fix will showcase the powRgrip 9500, the secuRgrip system and its intRlox wrench locking device in Schenk Intertech’s booth at Westec 2015, September 15-17, in Los Angeles.