Rego-Fix Anti-Pull System Locks in Collets, Cutters

Originally titled 'Anti-Pull System Locks in Collets, Cutters'

Combining powerful gripping strength with a patented locking key system and threaded cap, Rego-Fix’s secuRgrip anti-pullout system is designed to eliminate cutter slippage by locking in collets and cutters when machining expensive, tough materials in high-material-removal applications.

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Combining powerful gripping strength with a patented locking key system and threaded cap, Rego-Fix’s secuRgrip anti-pullout system is designed to eliminate cutter slippage by locking in collets and cutters when machining expensive, tough materials in high-material-removal applications.

The toolholder does not require expensive, specially modified end mills, but rather makes use of existing standard carbide or high speed steel (HSS) end mill designs. The standard ground notches found on most Weldon-type end mills readily accept secuRgrip’s locking key insert for speed and ease of assembly, Rego-Fix says. 

The secuRgrip system can be used with Rego-Fix PG 25 or PG 32 holders in all tapers, including CAT, BT, TC, HSK, Capto and dual-contact Rego Plus. Licensed by Big Daishowa, Rego Plus products are compatible with all Big Plus spindles.

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