Boring Heads offer sub-micron adjusting resolution.

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Offered in 6 models for boring range of .787-3.94 in., Sub-micron Boring Heads offer play-free tool carrier to direct diameter adjustment accuracy of 0.001 mm/div. Inch graduated heads will adjust 0.00005 in./div on diameter. Flexibility of KA connection permits wide range of spindle interface requirements. Integrated counterweight can be adjusted to any bore diameter by separate scale to permit high-speed operation.



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New Sub-Micron Boring Head from Kaiser - Highest Level of Precision Diameter Adjusting Accuracy



New Sub-Micron Boring Head from Kaiser - Highest Level of Precision Diameter Adjusting Accuracy

BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. will introduce a truly revolutionary and patent pending new series of Kaiser boring tools at IMTS 2006. The new series has the distinction of an even finer adjusting resolution-micron and sub-micron (less than 0.001mm) steps of diameter corrections. This innovation will allow users to easily make fine incremental adjustments where critical diameter tolerances are required.

The sub-micron series sets a new standard for diameter adjusting accuracy, while still possessing Kaiser's worldwide reputation for the highest precision and repeatability of any boring tool system. The heads offer an easy-to-read and play-free tool carrier for direct diameter adjustment accuracy of 0.001 mm/div. Inch graduated heads will adjust to 0.00005"/div. on diameter. The high precision tool carrier locking system doesn't influence diameter and assures the best repeatability, even under high speed or interrupted cutting.

The series' six boring heads allow users to bore a range of 20-100mm (.787"-3.94"). The flexibility of the Kaiser KA connection permits a wide range of spindle interface requirements. All bore ranges and tool lengths are identical to existing Kaiser tools. The integrated counterweight can be adjusted to any bore diameter by separate scale to permit high speed operation.

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