1 800 544 8436 OVERVIEW OF MOST COMMON HSK F 63 TOOL HOLDER STYLES FOR ROUTER

1 800 544 8436 overview of most common hsk f 63 tool

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1-800-544-8436 OVERVIEW OF MOST COMMON HSK-F 63 TOOL HOLDER STYLES FOR ROUTER TOOLING Standard Collet Chuck Hydro Chuck Heat Shrink Chuck Preziso Collet Chuck
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1-800-544-8436 ACCURACY OF THE DIFFERENT TOOL HOLDER STYLES: STANDARD CHUCK PREZISO® CHUCK HYDRO CHUCK HEAT SHRINK CHUCK .006mm-.010mm* .003mm .003mm .003mm TOOL HOLDER STYLES ARE INTERCHANGEABLE ON ANY MACHINE THAT HAS THE HSK-F 63 TOOL INTERFACE. Comes in 3 styles using either ER32, ER40 or RDO/SYOZ collets. Uses special RDO35 high precision collets No collet No collet *depends on collet style used
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1-800-544-8436 COLLET STYLE AND RANGE TOLERANCE RDO / SYOZ STYLE ER STYLE RANGE TOLERANCE 0.15mm (High Precision Version) RANGE TOLERANCE 0.5mm (Standard Version) RANGE TOLERANCE 1.0mm
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1-800-544-8436 Collets wear out! Over time, the spring steel loses elasticity due to wear and heat. Collets that are not replaced will eventually fail. Collets are inexpensive . Failure to replace them regularly will increase tool cost due to unnecessary vibration and runout, tool chattering and breakage. They can do considerable damage to a spindle, so adhering to a collet maintenance schedule is preferable to costly repairs. Clean collets and collet nuts when changing tools! Use proper torque! Investment in a torque wrench to tighten the collet nut is a prerequisite to extending tool life and reducing breakage! Pay attention to clamp tool correctly! (see below) With proper tool setup, the collet should be filled to 80% with the tool shank. Shorter will allow deflection. Replace collets every 500 machine hours for optimum tool life! Prevent costly spindle repairs! COLLETS - NOTEWORTHY INFO
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1-800-544-8436 COLLET NUTS The collet nut, and accuracy thereof, is an important component of collet tool holder setup. A high precision collet nut will have a ball bearing located at its base which reduces the overall runout and improves clamping force (pictured in photo below on the right). It also prevents tool slippage. The static nut (pictured on the left) does not clamp as accurately as the bearing version. The bearing in the collet nut also facilitates the ability to run either CW or CCW tools in the same tool holder. With a static nut this is not possible .a lefthand toolholder would be needed . Ball Bearing Static nut Bearing nut
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1-800-544-8436 Rigid tool stability Extremely high clamping force Saves expense of replacing collets regularly. Initial higher cost. Best for the Spoil Board (Fly) Cutter, all Insert Tools and Diamond Tools. Improved efficiencies over standard tool holders, increases tool life and improves finish. Not suitable for solid carbide tools and tools requiring frequent change since an additional investment in a heat induction unit is required. Saves expense of replacing collets regularly. Order Insert tools and diamond tools mounted on heat shrink chucks!
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