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The clamping screw is used to move the clamping piston. Clamp the clamping screw to dead stop using an Allen key. A torque wrench is not needed.
The clamping piston compresses the hydraulic fluid into the oil chamber system.
The expansion sleeve evenly expands against the tool shank. The tool shank is centered first and then clamped powerfully and uniformly across the entire surface during this clamping process. When the chamber system is filled with hydraulic fluid, it has a damping effect on the clamped tool. Wear on the cutting edge of the tool is minimized, service life is increased by up to 40%.
The machine-side interface is located on the base body.
For fast and easy tool-presetting.
The tool is centrically clamped to the middle axis – highest run-out and repeat accuracy of less than < 0.003 mm.
The enormous clamping pressure of the hydraulic expansion toolholder creates a displacement of oil, grease, or lubricant residues into the groove, whereby the clamping surfaces stay dry.
Especially in this day and age, sustainability in the production process is becoming increasingly important. The focus is not only on saving energy. The economic efficiency of the means of production used and the retention of skilled workers in the company have also become elementary components.
With hydraulic expansion technology from SCHUNK, you can contribute to more sustainable production. Due to the choice of many different TENDO models, conventional clamping devices can be easily replaced for almost all metal cutting tasks.
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