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    I purchased a number of these to sell, it would be helpful if I knew what type of machines/s they are appropriate for.

    Any ideas?

    Kennametal HSK40CER32 ER 32 collet holders.
    Thanks
    Ken




  • #2
    look's like this

    http://www.kennametal.com/en/e-catal...07.xml&id=4607
    have no idea what use it.

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    • #3
      Yes, those are the various models Scott.

      They are expensive as all get out, like $325 each from MSC so they have to be worth something to someone.
      Last edited by Ken_Shea; 08-08-2008, 12:33 PM.

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      • #4
        Hsk

        The collet tool holders with the HSK spindle nose are used in many milling machines. As notes previously they are expensive but quality tool holders

        JRW

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        • #5
          Thanks J.R. that will be a big help in defining the description.

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          • #6
            See http://www.hskworld.com/introduction.htm

            and http://www.moldmakingtechnology.com/...es/010304.html

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            • #7
              Good to know that they are definitely not obsolete.

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              • #8
                Typically used in Chiron vertical machining centers.

                Mike

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                • #9
                  I don't know if you have a store you sell these in or if you plan on ebaying them, but these are not the kind of tools people like to buy 'used,' even if they're brand new. I'm sure someone out there wants a couple holders on the cheap, though.

                  The machines that take HSK tooling are too recent for many to be had secondhand, and the folks that are buying $200k-$500k machining centers and turn/mill machines brand new generally don't browse ebay. If I had a Mazak Integrex or Mori Seiki NZ, I'd not be taking chances on tools from someone who wasn't a licensed distributor for some tooling company.

                  I hope I'm wrong, though. Nice tools.

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                  • #10
                    Go here -
                    http://www.hskworld.com/hsk_webstore..._standards.htm

                    HSK stands for "Hohlschaft"German for "Hollow Shank".
                    Mostly used in machines with internal cooling supply.
                    DIN 69893

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                    • #11
                      Kennametal does not sell seconds so not sure if the "taking chances" plays any role in selling them, perhaps the idea of owners of equipment that uses them not shopping eBay may be a factor. If none are sold I will not be out much, make for a nice paper weight though

                      We'll see

                      Thanks, the replies have been a major help.



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