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The Leitz Hydro format system.

Leitz Tooling Systems Inc. has introduced the Hydro Format System (HF) for high-precision machining in panel processing. Typical applications include hogging, jointing and profiling.

The HF System produces repeatable workpiece quality from the integration of the tool, hydro clamping element and high-precision motor spindle. The hydraulic clamping of the HF System ensures centric mounting of the tool onto the spindle with a repeatable, smooth and concentric running accuracy of the cutting edges and perfect balance.

A comprehensive securing system guarantees the user both safety and reliability. Torque safety is automatically in place when hydro clamping is not activated. For dust protection, a sealing ring is strategically placed to cover the clamping element.

The HF System provides high edge and surface quality with optimum dimension and profile accuracy. Higher feed speeds, quiet operation and minimized machine downtimes are only a few of the advantages the System offers.

For further information on the HF System, please contact Leitz Tooling Systems Inc., 4301 East Paris Ave. S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49512; (800) 253-6070. FAX (616) 698-9270.
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Title Annotation:WMIA's Guide to IWF 94; Leitz Tooling Systems Inc.
Publication:Wood & Wood Products
Date:May 1, 1994
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