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ISCAR's Shrink Upgrade: Empowering precision with advanced Tool holding

ISCAR’s Shrink Upgrade: Empowering Precision with Advanced Tool Holding

Tool holding is the most conservative field of cutting tools, for which groundbreaking ideas seldom sprout. Have tool holding systems reached a cul-de-sac, with no new trends in sight? ISCAR offers its takes.

Tool holding is perceived as being stagnant in metalworking. Experts may claim that that true revolutionary changes in tool holding is associated with the HSK adaptation which ended three decades ago.

Tool holding systems lack progress and their pace of continuing progression may be slow. The process is evolutional and reflects modernage metalworking requirements. New technologies form new demands for machines and cutting tools.

As a result, deliver tool holding solutions remain an integral link to machining processes. The link physically connects the cutting tool with the machine.

Hence, the statement that tool holding developments are stagnant is incorrect. Although there are no real changes in this branch of metal cutting, major strides are being made to stay abreast of new technologies.

New Developments

New developments aim to enhance the capabilities of toolholders and their mechanical systems. Improving the main functional characteristics of the mechanical systems are attributed to strength, rigidity, gripping forces, accuracy, and vibration damping properties.

Another advancement relates to the new age metal cutting techniques paving the way to new horizons.


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