HAIMER TOOL HOLDERS
THE RIGHT TOOL HOLDING TECHNOLOGY FOR your MAchining Challenge
During machining, specific demands for tool holding are laid down by each industry and application. The range varies from high-speed cutting to heavy roughing.
With the HAIMER tool holders, HAIMER offers the right solution and tool clamping technology for all specific requirements. Therefore, each year we invest approximately 10 percent of our turnover in research and development.
Our primary interest is to offer our customers sustainable solutions which enable a competitive advantage. This way, you can always maintain your competitive advantage in machining - thanks to the HAIMER tool holding technology.
Steep taper DIN ISO 7388-1 SK30/SK40/SK50 (formerly DIN 69871)
The traditional interface for milling spindles DIN ISO 7388-1 (formerly 69871) distinguishes itself through its extremely robust design. Its field of application ranges from fine machining to heavy duty roughing. The tool holder is pulled in the milling spindle with the help of an additional pull stud. The centering takes place via the taper contact. Therefore, the DIN ISO 7388-1 (formerly 69871) interface is primarily suitable for applications with a spindle speed of up to 12,000 rpm.
Steep taper JIS (MAS 403) BT30/BT40/BT50
The spindle interface JIS B 6339-2 as the traditional interface for milling spindles distinguishes itself through it robust design. Its field of application ranges from fine machining to heavy duty roughing. The tool holder is pulled in the milling spindle with the help of an additional pull stud. The centering takes place via the taper contact. Therefore, the JIS B 6339-2 interface is primarily suitable for applications with a spindle speed of up to 12,000 rpm.
Hollow taper shank DIN 69893 HSK-A, HSK-E, HSK-F
The interface DIN 69893 has become the new standard for machining centres. The holder is clamped via its taper with flange contact surface. By doing so, a highly accurate centring and fixed axial position of the holder in the spindle is granted with a high repetitive accuracy when exchanging the tools. In the DIN 69893-1 HSK-A interface design an additional torque transmission takes place at the taper shank with drive keys. DIN 69893 HSK-A/HSK-E/HSK-F is mainly used in high-speed machining.
ISO 26623 HAIMER PSC 63
The ISO 26623 spindle interface is an innovative tooling system with maximum precision and particularly widespread in multi-task machines (turn-mill centres). The torque transmission and centring takes place via the polygon-shaped taper with flange surface contact. As a result, a fixed axial positioning and a high degree of torsional rigidity is achieved.
Accessories for tool holders
In line with the tool holder range, HAIMER offers a broad range of holder accessories from its own manufacturing. Shrinking extensions, tool clamping devices, reduction sleeves, Collets ER & Power Collets, pull studs…
HAIMER tool holders
The HAIMER Tool Guide offers a comprehensive overview about the HAIMER delivery program as well as the application areas and technical features of the particular tool holding systems.