WHICH STYLE TOOL HOLDER TO USE For routine machining of wood and composite

Which style tool holder to use for routine machining

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WHICH STYLE TOOL HOLDER TO USE? For routine machining of wood and composite materials, the standard collet chuck style tool holder is an excellent choice. It has an accuracy of .006-0.01mm depending on which collet style is used. For the more discriminate user and critical machining applications, the option of a Preziso® Precision Chuck, Hydro Chuck or Heat Shrink chuck is a good option. Excellent choice to reduce vibration when cutting very hard materials Improved efficiencies over standard tool holders, optimizes tool life. Good choice to increase tool life with solid carbide spiral bits. No additional equipment needed. Excellent general use choice. This version is supplied with most new machines and adequate for general machining tasks. STANDARD CHUCK PREZISO® CHUCK HYDRO CHUCK HEAT SHRINK CHUCK
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1-800-544-8436 CYCLONE DUST NUT A dust nut can be especially useful if too much dust is remaining on the table. More importantly, it’s a safer and healthier work environment to reduce airborne exposure to dust particles. The Cyclone Dust Nut takes the place of the regular bearing collet nut on the tool holder. Through its geometry, it creates a whirl-wind type effect that sucks the chips out of the cut and into the dust extraction system. The Cyclone must be kept close to the shroud / table to function properly, so best to have shortest possible cut length on the router bit to allow the nut to be positioned as close to the table as possible. Below are photos of the same cut made with a regular collet nut (on the left) and the other, with a cyclone dust nut (on the right). Our company offers a demo/test nut to try so customer knows if it will work in his application before buying.
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1-800-544-8436 DEMONSTRATION ON COLLET REPLACEMENT First, click the collet into position by pressing only one side Then, pushing down on the other side to lock it in. To release the collet, use the ball of your hand to push out sideways.
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1-800-544-8436 PROPER TOOL ASSEMBLY 1) Snap the collet into the collet nut or cyclone nut. 2) Place the tool into the collet paying close attention to the proper tool depth in the collet. Tighten the collet nut manually onto the tool holder. 3) Position and secure the tool holder in a tool setup fixture as shown below. 4) Tighten the collet nut with a torque wrench to the correct torque based on the collet style used. Collet Style Recommended Torque ER 20 59 ft/lbs ER 32 100 ft/lbs ER 40 130 ft/lbs RDO 35 (SYOZ25) 90 ft/lbs Setup Fixture with gauge. Setup Fixture (no gauge) and torque wrench
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1-800-544-8436 PROPER TORQUE Incorrect torque when tightening the collet nut will result in poor cutting performance, premature collet wear, tool slippage during the cutting process and over-torqueing can often result in tool breakage and chattering. Investment in a torque wrench has paid for itself after the first few bits broken due to over torqueing. Use the torque wrench only for tightening the collet nut. Use a standard wrench to remove it. Otherwise, the torque wrench can lose calibration accuracy.
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  • Fall '19
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