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MicRun’s self-locking design retains the collet in the nut for easier insertion and removal, with no extractor required. To ensure it maintains high repeatability and rigidity in challeng- ing applications, Rego-Fix equipped the system with a special thread that keeps the nut aligned with the holder. Suitable for high-speed machining, the MicRun is available in standard taper types as well as standard and mini-nut designs. Part of Rego-Fix’s powRgrip product line, secuRgrip brings simple, effective tool locking to challenging metal removal applications. The anti-pull system locks the collet and cutter to the toolholder body to eliminate cutter slippage. It does so via a patented locking system that includes a small, profiled locking key in- sert that fits into a standard Weldon end mill flat. secuRgrip has a TIR of 0.0001" (0.003 mm) and enables manufactur- ers to preset their tool heights. Rego-Fix customers can modify their existing pow- Rgrip holders for use with the system. The secuRgrip locking system is now also available for milling chucks. To protect operators, especially working in the confined work envelopes of Swiss-style machines, Rego-Fix has introduced the new slip-proof ERMX mini clamping nuts feature a frontal milled slot on their outside diameter that mates effortlessly to a corresponding wrench to prevent slippage during the tighten- ing and loosening process. These new clamping nuts, which are suitable for the company’s sealing or cooling disks, have a special surface treatment for increased clamping force and a unique coating that prevents corrosion. ERMX works with ER collets in DIN 6499and ISO 15488. Among the many benefits of this com- pact product are lower injury risks due to slip-proof clamping, internal and external cooling, improved chip removal, reduced tool costs and improved productivity.


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