Tecnicrafts Straight Shank ER Collet Chucks for Swiss Lathes are now available through Platinum Tooling.
Breaking NEWS from Platinum Tooling: ER Collet Chucks are available in single or double ended style and come in various lengths. Offered in both metric or inch sizes, these tools can be ordered in round or with flats.
Tecnicrafts manufactures these toolholders to a tight run out tolerance of 5 microns or less and adheres to the h6 standard for shank diameter.
All Tecnicrafts Collets and Guide Bushings are available in Standard and Ultra-Precision grades.
The bore profiles include Round, Square, Hexagon, Rectangle and Custom as per customer specifications.
The collets are offered in steel and carbide lined versions with Grooved, Smooth, or Serrated bores in Standard and Long Nose types.
Special V-line and Over-Grip collets are also available.
Tecnicrafts Guide Bushings are generally offered in carbide lining with U-line, Over-Grip, and Extended Nose & Long Bores available.
Tecnicrafts Swiss Collets & Guide Bushings are also available to complement your machining operations.
For quick delivery, Platinum Tooling inventories the most common sizes and styles of Collets & Guide Bushings at their headquarters located in Prospect Heights, Illinois. Non-standard items are available to ship within 3-4 weeks.
Platinum Tooling is stocking many common styles and sizes of Tecnicraft collets and guide bushings at their Illinois facility.
These high quality collets and guide bushings for Swiss type CNC lathes are manufactured with run-out tolerances as low as 5 microns. Also available for special order with long nose, extended carbide, and special bore shapes.
Platinum Tooling recently announced that it has an extensive line of Heimatec tooling available for the new Haas BMT turret.
Please welcome Tim Fugazi to our Next Generation Tooling team. Tim will be working in Northern California as Regional Manager for our principals.
Tim graduated from San Joaquin Delta College with a Certificate in Computer-Aided Drafting December in 1999 and finished up his Associate Degree in Machine Tool Technology in May 2010 at the same college.
Tim spent 7 years as a Auto CAD Technician and then added Laser programming to the mix. For the past 18 years Tim has worked as a Machinist, SolidWorks Technician & Lab Technician.
His experience with SolidWorks software was to provide mechanical drawings for production, fabrication and/or machining. He operated SolidWorks & HSMWorks software to produce “G” code for vertical mills and lathes as well as working in quality control and dealing with customer warranty issues.
Our principals and distributors will be excited to know that Tim has a great understanding of shipping procedures so he has a great understanding of your capabilities and expectations.
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