What are Titespot® Angle Heads?
Titespot® Angle Heads have, since 1995 offered a cost effective alternative to EDM and mechanically driven angle heads, particularly where multi-position radial machining and/or machining in small bores or cavities is required.
Because spindle rotation is not required to power our angle head, the machine spindle becomes an indexer, allowing multi-position machining with one head and one set-up. Our smallest head can machine radially in bores down to
What are the pros and cons of Coolant vs. Mechanically Driven Heads?
Mechanical spindle driven angle heads.
Titespot® coolant driven angle heads.
How does a Coolant Driven Angle Head Work?
High pressure coolant
depending on the “load” of the application, drives an integral positive displacement ball piston motor that in turn powers the angle head’s spindle via a drive shaft and miter gears.
What are the overall capabilities of the angle head?
At 1000 PSI and 8 GPM input a Titespot® Angle Head develops about 2.17 HP. It has successfully in production driven a 3/8" ball nose end mill .050 deep in titanium at 42 IPM.
At 70 Bar and 30 LPM a Titespot® Angle Head develops about 1.60 Kw. It has successfully in production driven a 10 MM ball nose end mill 1.25 MM deep in titanium at 1.07 MPM.
Where are Titespot® Angle Heads made?
Titespot® angle heads are machined, assembled, tested, and shipped from Cincinnati Ohio, USA.
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