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POWER SKIVING UNIT EASES WORK ON GEARS AND SPLINES

05-06-2017
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Available in Australia from Dimac Tooling, the WTO Power Skiving unit is designed for high-productivity inside- and outside-diameter grinding of gears and splines using CNC turning centres. This workholding solution offers maximum flexibility, high quality and optimal handling.

With its hydro chuck it provides high stiffness and runout accuracy plus quick cutting tool change. It also features both an internal and external coolant supply and a sime bar for highly accurate angular adjustment over a +/-45-degree range.

According to Dimac Managing Director, Paul Fowler: “Like all WTO products, the power skiving unit is manufactured in Germany, so high quality and durability is a given.”

“The WTO range has the full back up and support of Dimac technical personnel to ensure the product performs correctly and operates at optimum performance,” concludes Fowler.

Dimac Tooling
03 9771 6121
www.dimac.com.au

 

 

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