Schunk's Tribos-RM toolholder for micro machiningClick image to enlarge

Schunk's Triobos-RM is a precision toolholder designed for micro machining with the ISO interface.

The one-piece, rotationally symmetric design ensures long life of the machine spindles and the complete transmission of power.

Unlike heat shrink clamping, the Tribos-RM achieves steady tool clamping that will not distort the toolholder. The user will always benefit from a precise run-out accuracy of less than 0.003 mm, which is optimal with small tools for micro machining.

The toolholder is designed for high spindle speeds of up to 60,000 rpm in high-speed cutting, making it ideal for the high speeds involved in micro-machining. Sizes ISO 10 D 1 - 6 mm are available. The balancing grade is G 2.5 at 25,000 rpm.

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