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    Sauter: The world turns with us! …for more information, please consult www.sauter-feinmechanik.com, and for the complete standard tooling programme, please visit www.sauter-tools.com Operating Instructions Sauter Tooling

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    Page 1 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com Table of contents: (1) General information .............................................................................................. 2 (2) Warranty / guarantee ......................................................................

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    Page 2 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (1) General information These operating instructions are part of our driven tools and have to be handed over to a new user, if the driven tools are passed on. If additional copies of these operating instructions are required, they ...

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    Page 3 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (2) Warranty / guarantee Any warranty as well as guarantee and/or liability claims in case of personal injuries and material damage shall be excluded, if these can be traced back to one or several causes listed herein below:  Us...

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    Page 4 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (3) Definition of terms The following illustrations of typical driven tools explain terms which are helpful for use and for the understanding of these operating instructions. SpindleBore for transferof cooling lubricantSafety pin ...

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    Page 5 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (4) Safety guidelines The operating instructions and any other documents belonging to the driven tools shall be kept within reach at the place of operation at all times. In addition to these operating instructions, the general and ...

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    Page 6 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 4.2 Unauthorised modifications Without previous written approval by the manufacturer, no structural modifications, extensions or conversions may be carried out on the driven tools. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any injur...

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    Page 7 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 4.4 Duties of the operator The operator obligates himself to carry out the following points:  The operator shall regularly verify the safety-conscious working of the staff.  The operator shall familiarise the staff in handlin...

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    Page 8 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (5) Installation and function 5.1 Installation, initial operation and use Prior to installation, the driven tool has to be examined for potential damage. In case of obvious damage, the driven tool must not be used. In case of damag...

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    Page 9 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com It has to be observed that the permissible technical parameters are not exceeded in operation. Influencing factors in this respect are primarily the type and condition of the machining tools used, the material to be machined as well ...

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    Page 10 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com Diagrams proportion coolant pressure – volume flow Please observe: The driven tool can only be as good as permitted by the general conditions. It depends on how it has been mounted and aligned. The characteristic machining ...

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    Page 11 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com CAUTION:  Close all unequipped tool holders with sealing plugs fitted with O rings in keeping with German standard DIN ISO 10889 (formerly German standard DIN 69880). This applies for tools with VDI shank.  For BMT tooling, ...

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    Page 12 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.1.1 Sauter aligning unit Alignment barAdjusting screwAdjusting pin The Sauter aligning unit is used to precisely set the angular position of the driven tools relative to the turret rotation axis. CAUTION: Never turn the adju...

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    Page 13 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com  Tighten the thrust piece with approx. 25 per cent of the torque TA of the table values of the thrust piece. Shank diameter (ISO 10 889) [mm] Torque TA [Nm] 16 6 20 10 25 10 30 25 40 50 50 50 60 86  Use the adjusting sc...

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    Page 14 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.1.2 Trifix ® Trifix® alignment barTrifix® alignment groove In case of driven tools, which have been fitted with Trifix®, a high-precision alignment unit, the driven tool only has to be put on and has to be tightened accordin...

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    Page 15 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.1.3 Turret edge (System EMCO®) EMCO barAlignment surfaceon tool disk In this alignment system, our EMCO® bar in combination with a correspondingly machined tool disk ensures a system-defined aligning accuracy. For this reason...

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    Page 16 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.1.4 Sauter precision alignment (SPA) Alignment bar It is sufficient to screw the driven tools on to the turret to ensure a highly precise alignment. In the process, please observe the permissible torque of the respective fasten...

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    Page 17 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.1.6 Tools  Depending on the diameter very high centrifugal forces develop at the maximum speed of the tool.  Only correspondingly balanced machining tools may be used, the maximum permissible torque and/or circumferential ...

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    Page 18 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com  Remove all auxiliary means used for the installation (such as chuck keys, et cetera) of the driven tool as well as those used in the working space of the machine before you start operating the driven tools and the processing mac...

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    Page 19 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com Zollmann ® Zeta nut (especially non-slip easy handling ensured by the dovetail grooves in the nut) A nut with the side chuck key is shown in the illustration. A complete accessory programme is available (product information PI 29...

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    Page 20 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.2.3 Solidfix® (modular interface, compact, high rigidity, high precision) This clamping system stands out for its one-hand operation without special tools. The actuator is tightened and/or loosened by means of a suitable All...

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    Page 21 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com  Insert tool adaptor and clamping: Set adaptor in the spindle – check mark points towards opened lock – and turn through 90° until adaptor catches. This is a security function towards losing the adaptor (integrated safety b...

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    Page 22 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.2.4 HSK tool holder (modular interface, compact, high rigidity, high precision) MAPAL® colletClamping screwCover ringThrough hole The locking ring is turned until the through hole in the ring coincides with the through hole of ...

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    Page 23 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.2.5 Sauter Capto® (modular interface, compact, high rigidity, high precision) This clamping system stands out for its one-hand operation without special tools. The actuator is tightened and/or loosened (with machining tool mo...

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    Page 24 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.3 Sealing air Especially fast running driven tools are frequently fitted with sealing air.  It is essential to observe the pressure of the sealing air in order to achieve a good sealing action.  If no sealing air is avail...

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    Page 25 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com 5.4 Cooling supply / dry machining Cooling lubricant purity  Disregard may lead to material damage.  Observe filter fineness (lasered on to the internally cooled driven tool) – if in doubt, please consult the manufacturer....

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    Page 26 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (6) Defects and defect corrections Defects of the driven tools may lead to severe consequential damage in parts which reduce the service life of the driven tools and/or may lead to production stoppages, et cetera. For this reason a...

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    Page 27 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com Defect Check Correction Driven tool does not perfectly contact the turret head. Check the length of the pin of the turret head. Are the contact surfaces clean? In case of a deviation from standard, please talk to the machine manu...

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    Page 28 of 29 sauter-feinmechanik.com (7) Procuration of additional parts / Ordering of spare parts Should you require additional parts like other coolant supply tubes, further wrenches or possible spare parts, please contact our customer service department: Tel.: +49...

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