Introduction of Tool Holder Tapers
Metalworking has played a crucial role in the development of human civilization. From early manual processing to NC numerical control machines, and now to CNC computerized numerical control machines, the evolution has been significant. With the advent of machines, tool holders became essential for connecting machine and cutting tools. The interface between tool holders and machine involves various taper designs. Currently, three major types of tool holder tapers are widely used in machining: 7:24 taper, 1:9.98 HSK hollow taper, and 1:20 PSC polygon taper series.
Maintenance Guide for Tool Holders
Are you experiencing rust issues with your tool holders?
During our interactions with customers, we often observe varying degrees of rust on the tool holders. In severe cases, the rusting is so extensive that even the lasered specifications become unrecognizable. Excessive rust on tool holders can directly affect their performance. For instance, rust can impact the contact between tool holder taper and machine spindle, leading to vibrations during machining and a shortened lifespan of the spindle.
SYIC: Pioneering Tool Holders, Embracing the Automation Industry
In terms of equipment inspection, SYIC provides spindle master bars, ATC alignment tool set, SOG spindle origin gauge, and other tools, becoming the defense team for machines. Spindle collisions can lead to excessive runout accuracy, affecting workpiece processing accuracy and surface roughness. Additionally, collisions can impact the accuracy of machine tool changer systems, leading to tool change failures or even damaging spindles and tool holders.