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HSK tool holder MVS series
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HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
HSK tool holder
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Characteristics

Machine mount
HSK, BT, SK, DIN
Clamping method
Morse taper shank
Application
boring, boring bar
Other characteristics
straight shank, modular, static, straight, standard
Clamping range

Max.: 0.2 mm

Min.: 0 mm (0 in)

83 mm, 200 mm (3.27 in)

Description

For every job Wohlhaupter has just the right connecting component. Master shank connections between the machine tool and the MultiBore modular components are supplied for all machines. The MultiBore boring tools fit straight into the master shanks or can be fitted with intermediate modules to make up a complete tool suitable for the component being machined. Wohlhaupter master shanks equipped with the following MVS connecting components are available to meet the different machine requirements: MVS 50-28 preferably for SK 40/HSK-A50 machines up to a boring diameter range of 83 mm MVS 63-36 for machines bigger than SK 40/HSK-A50 MVS 80-36 up to 205 mm boring range MVS 100-56 preferably from 200 mm boring range upwards Connection D40 / D60: For short overhangs and high torque transfers above 200 mm boring range. Each master shank with the MVS connection is supplied with the corresponding threaded taper pins. Shanks for a D 60 flange connection similar to DIN 6357 are supplied with T-bolts fitted and no M 16 pull studs. HSK master shanks for the Wohlhaupter MultiBore range offer you many benefits which include: High level of accuracy when repeating or making a replacement Quick replacement times High static and dynamic rigidity Safe machining at high speed With standard balancing

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