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CNC BT-30 tooling

CNC BT-30 tooling

CNC BT-30 tooling

Hello guys,
In my job, we sometimes create the tooling that will run our dicing products,
we have a customer that came up to us because they want to use a Haas DT1. that DT1 requires BT30 tooling balanced to G2.5.
we can make the tooling, but the balancing afterwards cannot be done by us.
I looked into it and i could not find a place that offers CNC balancing.
Does anyone know of a place to get some bt30 Tooling balanced?
Any information is appreciated.

RE: CNC BT-30 tooling

Hi friends,

I am newly joined design engineer. working on rotating shaft machine. but is want to learn more on autocad. could anyone help for the same.

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