Recent Posts

New Video: ShrinkFIT Machines Demo 2021

Follow our step-by-step demonstration of our ShrinkFIT machines

In this Digital Demo, National Sales Manager, Mike Eneix, presents a step-by-step walkthrough of Techniks’ 00450 ShrinkSTATION and 00500 Quencher ShrinkFIT machines and reviews the company’s shrink fit tooling solutions. This demonstration will explain the pros and cons of ShrinkFIT and offer examples of when ShrinkFIT can effectively be incorporated into a production line. In addition, Eneix will demonstrate the latest in ShrinkFIT machine technology, which achieves consistent tool set-ups and results at price points that won’t break the tooling budget.

Techniks ShrinkSTATION machines make it easy and safe to perform shrink fit tool changes without causing damage to the toolholder or cutting tool, as long as the machine is correctly installed and proper operating procedures are followed. 

ShrinkSTATION machines are designed to work best with Techniks shrink fit tool holders made from H13 tool steel with bore diameters from 1/8” to 1-1/4” (3mm to 32mm). They are designed for shrink fitting tools with carbide shanks. Tool shank diameter tolerance is critical. At least an H6 tolerance is advised for optimum performance.

Make sure toolholders are clean and free from defects before inserting the tool in the tool holder. If debris or a burr is inserted into the tool holder with the tool, tool life may be reduced. Damage to the tool or toolholder may also occur as the tool may be difficult or impossible to extract.

00500 Quencher

00450 ShrinkSTATION

Greg Webb

Greg Webb

Greg has been with Techniks Tool Group for over 23 years serving in many roles from VP of Sales to President & CEO during which he has gained a deep understanding of CNC manufacturing processes and how to optimize tooling and workholding solutions for specific applications. He has written several articles, white papers, and blogs on various tooling, deburring, and workholding-related topics. As a recognized subject matter expert on CNC tooling, Greg is often approached to provide opinions and content for technical articles.

Contact Us Today!