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    Default Throught coolant spinle speeder.

    I think I remember seeing a spindle speeder at IMTS that used through spindle coolant to achieve some pretty good RPM's. I didn't have much of a need but am looking like I might need one now. I'd love to get 80K RPM.

    Does anyone know who is making them?

    If you don't know the product I described feel free to suggest some others. I need to be able to do tool changes with it and run unattended.

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    Are you thinking of the Ingersoll Typhoon?
    I think there are a couple of mfg's making them.

    Actually it looks like quite a few are making them:
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    Von Ruden makes them vonruden.com , we have an air turbine for tiny end mills that works great for our application Air Turbine Tools(R) - Air Powered High Speed Spindles, High Speed Motors and High Speed Hand Tools

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    Check these out:
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    Unfortunately they only make them in metric sizes, even though they list inch sizes.

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    Iscar also makes a coolant powered speeder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whysosharp View Post
    Iscar also makes a coolant powered speeder
    Iscar's spinjet is the same thing as the Ingersoll that Dew already mentioned.


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