Tool clamping technology includes a wide range of options for connecting the tool to the processing machine. The tool is clamped in a fixture - either electrically, mechanically, pneumatically, by vacuum or hydraulically. The holder, in turn, can then be inserted into the machine.
Features that distinguish tool clamping systems from each other are, for example, the change accuracy and the speed range. An important key figure for users is, of course, also the service life of the holders. The following factors favour successful production:
- Good axial and radial runout accuracy
- High repeatability
- Optimum bending and torsional rigidity
- Option for high rotational frequencies
- Good clamping force
- Good vibration damping