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New Milling Chucks Provide Highest Possible Gripping Force While New Cooling System Provides Extended Tool Life

REGO-FIX has introduced an affordable, low-maintenance solution for extending the tool life of milling cutters and drills -- the new reCool cooling system.

reCool allows manufacturers to retrofit their driven tools to be able to benefit from internal or peripheral cooling, which is much more effective in getting coolant to the cutting edge when compared to spray pipes or nozzles.

reCool will be showcased at SOUTH-TEC in October, as will REGO-FIX's new milling chucks, designed to provide the least possible amount of run-out and highest possible gripping force available from a milling chuck. Ideal for roughing and finishing, the milling chucks provide unbeatable concentricity of 0.0004" at 4x diameter and can be reduced with sleeves for versatility to match the tool with the specific machining application at hand.

Helical internal slots and extra thick walls help ensure durability, long working lives and smooth clamping. Furthermore, the multi-seal design of the chucks helps keep dirt and debris out and seals the system for coolant through applications.

Milling chuck nuts seat positively against holder body bases to reduce the risk of over tightening and increase holder rigidity and stability. The roller bearing cages of the holders incorporate alternating patterns that distribute clamping forces evenly around cutting tools to ensure the best possible T.I.R. and system repeatability from clamp to clamp. Milling chucks work in CAT 40, CAT 50, BT-40 and HSK 63A spindles in sizes ranging from 0.75" to 1.25", while milling chuck sleeves accommodate tool diameters from 0.250" to 1.00".

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