Here’s what customers say

  • “Holds a constant land down the entire length of an 8 inch endmill without a steadyrest. Best we have ever seen.” — Steve Curtician, Kyocera SGS
  • “Everything is going great! I’ve been running 16 mm on it for 2 weeks solid and have had zero issues. I haven’t had to tap in a single tool. Chances are, due to increased production speed, I may have already paid for the chuck!” — Brad Johannsen, Form Tool Technology
  • “We grind a series of automotive step reamers on which we have to grind the end, while maintaining the center position. The µGrind is literally the only system we can trust to do this. On the end of a 7 inch tool total runout will consistently be 10 microns or better. We can switch to a shorter tool with no adjustments and consistently get runout of 3 microns. It’s unbelievable how well you can trust the system. It’s also very easy to adjust the axial runout on the blank.” — Alberto Orozco, Natech Manufacturing
  • “We have been able to reduce inspections from 100% to one every 25 pieces or so. A huge improvement! We cut our runout down to half of the max spec using this GDS chuck where before we were close to max spec all the time. Set-up time is now down to near nothing where before could take 10 to 20 minutes, depending on set-up. I would say the ROI was almost instant due to the nature of our support to manufacturing and the impact to our quality systems. Looking back now I would say it was a clear choice for our application. I can’t think of a better one.” — Tool room manager for Tier 1 auto supplier
  • “I have the Schaublin SRS and I like it. But for tools with tighter tolerances, like a cylindrical margin of 2 to 3 thousandths on the OD the GDS collet system is flawless. I can run lights out grinding cylindrical margin endmills and I have no scrap due to margin runout and the tools run under a tenth in runout…It’s easier to setup. The collet changes are very simple and most of the time I don’t have to re-indicate the tool from collet change to collet change. The only time I have to do that is if I’m switching from a short 2 inch tool to a something like an 8 inch tool, and even then the runout might be just a tenth, checking way out at the end of the tool. If I switch from a long tool to a short tool 99.99% of the time I don’t have to make any adjustments. The only problem I have with it is the fact it doesn’t go over 20 mm. Other than that the chuck runs flawlessly. I run 1/8 tools all the way up to 20 mm. Best tool grinding chuck ever. Period.” — Scott Nicodemus, True Cut Tool

Why wait any longer?

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