Press Release Summary:
Available in 24,000 rpm max styles for live tool lathes, 1:4 live tool speed multipliers are provided as axial or radial drilling and milling heads with either external or internal coolant design. Mounting configurations accommodate any machine tool turret set-up, including all VDI and BMT sizes.
Original Press Release:
New 1:4 Speed Multipliers from Heimatec
24,000 RPM max. styles available for all popular machine tools
Heimatec, a world leader in live tools, angle heads and multi-spindle drill heads, today announces immediate availability of its newest development, a line of 1:4 live tool speed multipliers in 24,000 RPM max. styles, available for all popular live tool lathes currently on the market.
These speed multipliers are provided as axial or radial drilling and milling heads, with either external or internal coolant design, and mounting configurations to suit virtually any machine tool turret set-up, including all VDI and BMT sizes.
Speed multipliers for Haas and Nakamura machines are now in stock with others in production for short lead time deliveries.
According to Heimatec President Preben Hansen, “As our presence in the American machine tool market continues to expand, so does our product line. These speed multipliers are a great addition to our line. They give us more to offer the job shop and large production departments, through our growing network of reps and distributors, serving the market here.”
For further information and literature, or to arrange a demo on this new line, please contact:
Preben Hansen, President
16 E. Piper Lane
Prospect Heights, IL 60060
Email: [email protected]
Heimatec is an international tooling manufacturer, based in Renchen, Germany. Its experienced staff is dedicated to providing customers the most innovative tooling technology possible. In 2010, the company opened Heimatec Inc. in Prospect Heights, IL, near Chicago, to serve its growing North American customer base with sales and service, plus an extensive inventory of products. Heimatec serves the auto, aero, medical, woodworking, composites and other industries, as well as an ever-increasing number of machine tool OEM’s worldwide.
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