Any machinist will tell you that in precision cutting, turning, grinding, and boring procedures, the role of a reliable toolholder cannot be overstated. The quality of the device used to fix tools and inserts is even more important when precision machining must be done at higher speeds. High-speed machining is typical in aerospace and medical equipment manufacturing, where machinists often work with "exotic" or precision alloys, and harder metals like titanium alloys.
High-Speed Machining Demands a High-End Toolholder
Choosing the right fixturing device will mean greater precision, longer tool life, and lower machining costs