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    Default What is it? I assume some type of CNC toolholder

    I'm usually buying box lots of items I see something I can use in it. Often I get something included I'm not sure what it is nor probably have use for.
    Can anyone ID the item? Anyone interested in it? Looks unused.
    Kennametal 6358CL3 1543724R00
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    Last edited by Froneck; 08-20-2019 at 10:03 AM. Reason: Added Part #

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    Quote Originally Posted by Froneck View Post
    I'm usually buying box lots of items I see something I can use in it. Often I get something included I'm not sure what it is nor probably have use for.
    Can anyone ID the item? Anyone interested in it? Looks unused.
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    I think it is Kennameta'ls proprietary modular thing-a-ma-jig.

    KM™ Systems

    Like that (or similar) ^ although what that block is supposed to hold I can't tell...

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    That's a Kennametal KM series quick change tool. The body itself may be custom or possibly for a cutoff tool blade. Valenite also makes a similar version that is interchangeable. AFAIK they are made in 3 sizes- KM Micro for swiss machines, and then KM40 and KM50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan from Oakland View Post
    That's a Kennametal KM series quick change tool. The body itself may be custom or possibly for a cutoff tool blade. Valenite also makes a similar version that is interchangeable. AFAIK they are made in 3 sizes- KM Micro for swiss machines, and then KM40 and KM50.
    FWIW, KM Micro has 2 sizes: KM12 and KM16.

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    Anyone interested in it?

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    That cap screw looks like it’s positioned on an angle to clamp a boring tool adjustable cartridge.

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    I haven't removed it and yes it is at an angle. The other hole seems to be counter-bored for a socked head cap screw but there is what looks like white plastic in the hole. It's very heavy, might be Tungsten. The pocket shows signs of being milled. If no one is interested I probably cut it up for possibly the Tungsten.

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    Start a new thread in the "tooling for sale" area, that will get more people to see it. I would put the kennametal part# in the title.


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