Centering Unit Is Flat for High-Precision Centering of Inserts
Meusburger designed its E 1307 centering installs with minimum space, providing inserts with maximum space utilization within the insert.
The DLC coated centering elements from Meusburger are available with or without fixing holes to enable maximum flexibility during design, and the wear is reduced to a minimum. Meusburger says it designed this centering element as small as possible to achieve the exact centering of the individual inserts, but still equipped the centering unit with technical refinements. The E 1307 fine centering unit is flat. The product features a compact design with defined installation positions, which prevents incorrect mounting of the respective centering parts. The hardened and DLC-coated fine centering unit ensures minimal wear and is ideal for use in cleanrooms. The large chamfer on the contact surface of the centering parts makes it possible for corner radii on the insert and at the same time facilitates assembly. In addition, the withdrawal thread facilitates disassembly. The E 1307 is available in two versions with two sizes each. The E 13076 comes with mounting holes as a ready-to-use variant, and the E 13070 comes without mounting holes for individual adjustment to the required dimensions on a specific insert.
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