Press Release Summary:
In as little asÂ 2 min, reCoolÂ® RCR/ERM converts existing flood-cooled driven tools with ERM mini threads to through-tool-coolant capable. This retrofittable system also allows use of emulsion or pure oil coolants. This system effectively gets coolant to cutting edge to remove heat from cutting zone and promote surface finish quality as well as tool life, chip control, and productivity. Solution accommodates speeds to 12,000 rpm and coolant pressures to 1,450 psi.
Original Press Release:
New REGO-FIX Through-Coolant System for Swiss-Style Machines
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—REGO-FIX has introduced a new addition to its line of reCool® retrofittable coolant-through systems. The reCool RCR/ERM not only provides all the benefits of reCool technology to Swiss-style machines, but also allows the use of emulsion or pure oil coolants.
Like its companion system, the new reCool RCR/ERM cost-effectively converts existing flood-cooled driven tools with ERM mini threads to through-tool-coolant capable in as little as two minutes. The system gets coolant to the cutting edge much more effectively than do spray piping or nozzles, and thus easily removes heat from the cutting zone and contributes to better surface finishes, longer tool life, improved chip control and increased productivity.
The reCool Mini accommodates standard speeds up to 12,000 rpm and coolant pressures up to 1,450 PSI/100 bar (2,150 PSI/150 bar optional).
REGO-FIX will display the new technology at IMTS 2016 in booth W-2239.
They will also showcase all-in-one conversion packages for its popular intRlox® slip proof mini clamping nut system and Rigid Holders for highsecurity toolholding in high-cutting force applications.
With U.S. headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, REGO-FIX, inventor of the original ER collet system, is a world leader in the manufacture of Swiss precision tooling. For more information on REGO-FIX, its products and services, or to request a catalog, please call 1.800.REGO-FIX or visit the company’s website at www.rego-fix.com.