Regular inspection avoids damage and ensures consistent high-quality machining results.
The retention force of a machine tool spindle is very important and needs to be checked regularly. Potential problems may even result in serious damage to the machine.
Regular measurement will reliably identify, in a timely manner, an insufficient retention force of the spindle clamping mechanism that could lead to reduced rigidity and unwelcome vibrations, loss of machining quality and poor surface finishes, and an unnecessarily shortened tool life. By ensuring that the retention force remains at the correct level, as specified in the machine tool's operating instructions, cutting performance can be reliably improved.