Press Release Summary:
Featuring adjustment-free design, Rotary Broaching Tool Holder can be used without centering. It uses standard 1.25 in. length rotary broaches, which allow for deeper broaching than non-adjustable rotary broaches and tool holders. Broaches are available as squares, hexagons, splines, serrations, and other polygon forms. Tool Holder is suited for any type CNC, swiss, or manual turning, milling, drilling, or screw machine.
Original Press Release:
Adjustment Free Rotary Broaching Tool Holder
Slater Tools Inc. is announcing the release of a new Adjustment Free Rotary Broaching Tool Holder designed for swiss type machines. Swiss type tools are increasingly popular due to their use in aerospace and medical applications, such as with orthopedic bone screws and other micro fastener products. Slater's new adjustment free design allows the operator to use the tool holder without the need for centering. The new rotary broaching tool holder's sleek design is the smallest in the industry which eliminates interference and clearance problems, and provides easy access to the grease fitting for maintenance. The Adjustment Free Rotary Broaching Tool Holder is manufactured with the same quality and reliability as our current rotary broaching tool holders. There are thousands of Slater's rotary broaching tool holders in use throughout the world. Slater's new tool holder uses the standard 1.25" length rotary broaches, available from stock. This length allows for deeper broaching than current non-adjustable rotary broaches and tool holders. The Adjustment Free Rotary Broaching Tool Holder is used for any type CNC, swiss, or manual turning, milling, drilling or screw machine.
Rotary Broaching, also called hex broaching or wobble broaching, uses a precision tool to produce an internal form inside a pre-drilled hole. The result is a polygon form which matches the shape of the broach. For instance, a square broach measuring 1/4", produces a square hole of the same size. Broaches are available from Slater Tools Inc. as squares, hexagons, splines, serrations and other polygon forms. Delivery times are the fastest in the industry. Rotary Broaching is also a popular money saving technique because forms can be created within seconds using the primary machine spindle without having to add secondary machining and operations for production. Visit us online at slatertools.com for broach selection, support and training. Also, view Slater's rotary broaching video which demonstrates the rotary broaching principle.