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    Default Anyone know what these toolholders are?

    Greetings all,

    Being unable to throw things away I would like to find out what these are and if anyone could use them?

    I have several with boring heads etc Criterion brand. Could find no other markings.


    Thanks,

    Tony
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    I have never seen any tool holders like that, but then again, there's a lot of shit I've never seen.
    What is the gage line OD and the height to the clamping groove?


    Rex

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    Rex,

    Could you define those two measurement points please? I understand what the clamping groove is but measure to where? What point is the gage line?


    Tony

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    Looks vaguely like the quick change tooling we use on the radial drills at work. No grove on the top though

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    Sounds really interesting.

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    They are most defintly old

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    As Jared stated, for a quick change drill system. The name of the company escapes me now. AFAIK, they're no longer in business.

    We run McCrosky Wizard. Same concept, but different holders.
    JR

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    lmao...I've got one sitting on my toolbox.

    No clue what it's for. I think I actually asked here as well.

    If'n you need more let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducatimech View Post
    Rex,

    Could you define those two measurement points please? I understand what the clamping groove is but measure to where? What point is the gage line?


    Tony

    The gage line is on the large OD. If you look closely, there may be a witness mark on the taper that shows the point where it mates with the spindle.............that is the gage line.


    Rex

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    Rex,

    Gage line O.D. 1.800" gage line to top of tool (without pull knob groove installed) 1.360" gage line to bottom of pull knob 1.735"

    Tony

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    "In Motion Quick Change" by Diamond Tool & Die?

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    Pretty sure that is them. Thanks Ohio Mike.

    Tony


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