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    Default Angle head tool holder application

    I wonder if someone has some experience on the use of angle head tool adaptors. I am planning the use of these tools with the intention to reduce process setups. My doubts with the use of these tools are:
    1.- How robust can a process be on the long term if angle head tool are used? Estimated life tool? Tool maintenance issues?
    2.- Are the some special machine requirements for a successful application? Machine requirements such as machine geometry, spindle mechanical conditions or other.
    3.- For a drill application on forged steel (up to 320 BHN), 5/8 dia. and 3.5" hole depth; can high pressure coolant be used? Can this tool handle/work with high pressure (up to 1000 PSI).
    I really appreciate you can share comments from your experience with this tools.

    Thank you very much!

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    DavidGuerrero,

    Question 1) The only people that said this information to you is the supplier
    2) You need do an hole in the front of the spindle to fix the adaptor.
    3) This adaptors that i said, it´s not possible use internal coolant.

    Daniel

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    Default Re: Angle head tool holder application

    Of course your machine should support this kind of tool. As Xavier said fixing is important. And you cannot use high rpms. Also cut depth is not so much.

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