Morse Spindle Taper Adapter
Dimensional Spindle Taper Sleeve Gauges for the Morse Taper Standard (DIN 229)
TAC Rockford Morse spindle taper gauges are for inspection of Morse spindle tapers. Gauges made from a hardened gauge steel, and include a padded carrying case and certificate. Manufactured per DIN 229.
|Description||Morse Taper||Part Number|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 0||MT||430.100.M00.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 1||MT1||430.100.M01.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 2||MT2||430.100.M02.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 3||MT3||430.100.M03.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 4||MT4||430.100.M04.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 5||MT5||430.100.M05.000|
|Morse Taper (DIN 229) 6||MT6||430.100.M06.000|
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TAC Rockford gauges are used for inspection of steep taper spindle tapers per CAT, ISO, JIS, DIN, etc. Available for Steep Taper 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65
Morse taper runout arbors offer a quick and easy way to verify correct spindle runout for machines with Morse tapers.
TAC Rockford Morse tool holder taper gauges are for inspection of Morse tool holder tapers. Gauges made from a hardened gauge steel, and include a padded carrying case and certificate. Manufactured per DIN 229.
When inserted in the spindle, the "go" gauge should be in contact with the plane face. The "no go" gauge should not contact the face. Two measuring gauges in storage case: "go" and "no go" plug gauges.
Series 492.026 ring gauges are for lathe spindle face. Series 492.028 plug gauges are for chuck back side mounting face. Taper gauges can be custom-manufactured to customer specifications. Hard chrome-plate and tungsten carbide gauges also available. Cases are not included. Contact us for high quality gauge crib and travel case options.
Both measuring gauges are set to zero with the calibrated taper plug gauge. When an HSK tool holder is inserted in the ring gauges, deviations in diameters d2 or d3 are shown on the indicator.
To ensure sustained accuracy at HSK interfaces, we recommend comparison measuring of the geometry of HSK tool shanks and spindles at regular intervals. These checks should become more frequent with an increased change rate at the interface. Calibration on request.