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Machinery & Machining Tools -> Attachments & Accessories -> Mandrels


Mandrels




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Stripping/Recoating Service renews fuse welding/tipping mandrels.

Stripping/Recoating Service renews fuse welding/tipping mandrels.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
Mar 20, 2014 Forming Mandrel Strip and Recoat Service strips Parylene® and PTFE coatings from forming mandrels (0.020 in. dia and up) and applies PTFE Natural™ coating. Featuring smooth, anti-stick surface that withstands up to 300°C continuous, with excursions to 371°C, PTFE Natural-coated forming mandrels provide 0.05 coefficient of friction per ASTM-1894 to simplify catheter removal in fuse welding and tipping operations. Process enhances bonding surface while also prevents flaking and cracking.

Expanding Mandrel provides 0.0002 in. TIR accuracy.

Expanding Mandrel provides 0.0002 in. TIR accuracy.

Gleason Corp.    Rochester, NY 14692 2970
May 14, 2009 Featuring sliding-jaw design with mechanical rotary mechanism for clamping workpiece, LeCount® Type G Expanding Twist Mandrel provides optimal torsional and axial holding power, and wide expansion range to accommodate bore sizes from 1-3 in. Mandrel is suited for O.D. and face grinding operations where parts have smooth bore, as well as non-gear grinding process applications such as cylindrical grinding.

Superabrasive Honing Tools offer micron-level accuracy.

Sunnen Products Co.    St. Louis, MO 63143
Apr 02, 2009 Suited for manufacture of fuel injector bodies, hydraulic valves, gears, and small 2-cycle engines with bore size from 4-65 mm, MMT Metal-Bond Honing Mandrels are precision-machined, with body and feed wedge made from hardened tool steel. Tools produce accuracies of 0.000027 in. for diameter, roundness, straightness, and taper. They are optionally available in 1- to 12-stone versions, designed for use with metal-bond diamond or CBN superabrasives.

Forming Mandrels withstand excursions up to 700°F.

Forming Mandrels withstand excursions up to 700°F.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
May 22, 2008 APC PTFE Natural® Fluoropolymer Forming Mandrels are manufactured from SS or nitinol wire and feature smooth, uniform fluoropolymer coating that will not flake. Medical-grade, gray forming mandrels are capable of 550°F continuous operation and exhibit 0.05 coefficient of friction per ASTM-1894. They are available in lengths up to 12 ft. Wires are stocked in sizes from 0.005-0.070 in. dia and coating is applied from 0.00005-0.0008 in. thick with ±0.0001 in. final dia tolerance.

Hole Saw Mandrels feature quick change design.

DeWalt Industrial Tool Co.    Hampstead, MD 21074
Apr 25, 2007 Intended for professional contractors, Model DW1810 adapts 9/16-1 3/16 in. hole saws with 3/8 in. shank, while Models DW1803 and DW1805 adapt 1Ľ-6 in. hole saws with 7/16 and 3/8 in. shanks, respectively. Each provides tool-free hole saw changing capabilities that allow users to attach and release hole saws during various jobsite applications. Mandrels are also available in 8-piece plumber's kit, 8-piece electrician's kit, and 14-piece master kit.

Medical Extrusion Mandrel Wire aids in tubing production.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
Mar 19, 2007 Used for extruding small-diameter medical tubing, Medical Extrusion Mandrel is silver plated copper wire with PTFE coating that allows over 25% elongation without flaking or failure. Anti-stick extrusion mandrel features 0.05 dynamic coefficient of friction and smooth, slippery surface. Developed to assure optimum tubing ID quality, chemically inert product withstands up to 600°F service and is available in .010-.080 in. dia sizes with ±.0003 in. tolerance, depending upon size.

Forming Mandels can withstand temperatures up to 550°F.

Forming Mandels can withstand temperatures up to 550°F.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
Jul 03, 2003 Made from stainless steel or nitinol wire, APC PTFE Natural™ Fluoropolymer Mandrels feature uniform, non-flaking coating that provides smooth, anti-stick surface that withstands continuous temperatures to 550°F with excursions to 700°F. Exhibiting 0.05 coefficient of friction per ASTM-1894, mandrels are offered with release coatings in thicknesses from 0.00127–0.020 mm on stainless steel or from 0.127–1.52mm dia nitinol wire with ±0.00254 mm final dia tolerances.

Coated Mandrels help manufacture medical parts.

Coated Mandrels help manufacture medical parts.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
Sep 27, 2002 APC Teflon® Coated Mandrels have uniform, non-flaking coating that provides smooth, slippery surface which is chemically inert and withstands up to 500°F operating temperatures. Made from stainless steel or nitinol, mandrels are tested in accordance with ASTM-1894. Wire is grit blasted before Teflon® coatings are applied from 0.00005 to 0.0008 in. thick onto wire from 0.005 to 0.45 in. dia, with ±.0001 in. final dia. tolerances.

Coated Mandrels speed output of small diameter parts.

Coated Mandrels speed output of small diameter parts.

Applied Plastics Co., Inc.    Norwood, MA 02062
Jan 14, 2002 Teflon® Coated Mandrels feature release coating applied in thicknesses from 0.00005 to 0.0008 in. onto stainless steel or nitinol wire from 0.005 to 0.045 in. dia. Final diameter tolerances are ±0.0001 in. Surface is chemically inert and can withstand up to 500°F. Mandrels exhibit 0.05 coefficient of friction when tested in accordance with ASTM-1894.




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