9/4/2013 | 2 MINUTE READ

High Precision Toolholders/Machine Technology

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At EMO in Hall 4, Booth E20, Haimer will show its complete product offering of high precision toolholders. For every application—from delicate finishing of deep cavities to high power cutting for the aircraft industry—Haimer has the appropriate standard solution ready. But Haimer also has other tool holders that are popular. For example, there is the reinforced, vibration dampening Power Collet Chucks. The user has a flexible solution with this, as it can also use standard ER collets. The Haimer chuck, together with their high performance collets, can result in particularly high precision for demanding milling applications. The Power Collet Chucks are also available with the Safe-LockTM system, which uses an extra pull-out safeguard for extreme roughing applications.

Safe-λock™ is a pull-out safeguard for cylindrical shaft cutting tools developed by Haimer. Over the last years it has become a standard for heavy roughing applications. Leading cutting tool producers such as ATI Stellram, Data Flute, Emuge Franken, HAM, Helical, Kennametal, Sandvik Coromant, Seco Tools, Sumitomo, Walter and Widia are all licensed partners and have the Safe-Lock interface in their standard product offerings.

The tool holder integrated Cool Flash System promises to be the next success, the company states. It ensures that through the holder coolant is reliably fed onto each flute of the cutting tool—even with high RPMs and little pressure.

A large part of the show stand will be occupied with practical heat shrink and balancing machines. Haimer will be presenting their complete Power Clamp Series, the leading inductive heat shrink machines for high speed steel and solid carbide tools. Visitors will be convinced of the heating and cooling performance as well as the simple operation of the machine—whether it is the Power Clamp Nano, which through its horizontal setup is perfect for small tools, all the way up to the Power Clamp Premium Plus, with two integrated coils for cutting tools from 3 to 50 mm.

The Haimer Tool Dynamic Balancing System, specially designed for tool adapters, precision tools and grinding wheels, makes balancing child’s play: it is simple to operate and cannot be outperformed in terms of measuring accuracy.

 Haimer will also be showing the consistency of their Tool Dynamic Series in five different variations: from the TD 1002 Balancer, a simple and cost effective table unit, all the way up to their fully automatic, CNC controlled, Tool Dynamic Automatic.

Appropriate to the dynamic strategy of the Haimer, there will be live machining in their stand: different applications will be shown on a MILLTAP 700 from DMG MORI SEIKI using Haimer tool holders to make small and useful trade show gifts.

Haimer will be also be unveiling for the first time a new product segment in the field of modular machining and HSC/HPC. There will be two world premieres for visitors to get excited about, the company adds.


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