How Do They Work?

How Do Coolant Driven Angle Heads Work?

Drawing of Coolant-Driven Angle Head Tool

Basic Operation: High pressure coolant enters the Titespot® Angle Head through the retention knob* and drives an integral positive displacement ball piston motor (A).

The motor is coupled to a drive shaft (B) which in turn drives the spindle(C).

Exhausted coolant (D) is directed at the cutter.

* For machines not equipped with through spindle coolant delivery, Din B flange coolant holders are available and straight shank tools can be mounted in coolant induced end mill holder or other options are available. Please consult factory.

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