Alex Power Technology , a Egyptian Company is a leading selling and maintenance all of CNC Machines which related to metal sheets which provide highly quality , accuracy and overproduction
Founded In 1995, in Cairo, Egypt, the company offers unique machines to the Egyptian market, with increasing ability to expand to cover more of the Middle East and Africa regional marketplaces as a important step After the successes which were achieved in the past years.
Alex Power Technology built a successful business with most of International companies in CNC field , and most of our important partners in success : YCM , Millstar ( Milling Machines ),QuichTech ( drilling Machines ) , Novick , Spark and CHMER ( Wire Cut Machines ), Akyapak , Tailift ( Punch Press Machines ), WaterJet ( Water Cutting Machine ) , K2 Laser ( Laser Machine ) and international brands related to Grinding Machines surface – Cylindrical, plasma cutting, Hydraulic press brakes, Hydraulic Guillotine Shears , tube bending machine ,length & Slitting Lines Cutting Machines ,Hydraulic plate bending Machines ( 3 rolls & 4 rolls ) and we looking forward to increase our suppliers , our Egyptian industrials and our chances in exporting it to the global market.
A collet is a holding device—specifically, a subtype of chuck—that forms a collar around the object to be held and exerts a strong clamping force on the object when it is tightened, usually by means of a tapered outer collar.
Cutting tools are often designed with inserts or replaceable tips (tipped tools). In these, the cutting edge consists of a separate piece of material, either brazed, welded or clamped on to the tool body. Common materials for tips include cemented carbide.
To use a cutting tool within a CNC machine there is a basic holder required to mount it on the machines spindle or turret. For CNC milling machines, there are two types of holder. There are shank taper and hollow shank taper
a type of milling cutter a cutting tolls used in industrial milling applications. It is distinguished from the drill bit in its application, geometry, and manufacture. While a drill bit can only cut in the axial direction, a milling bit can generally cut in all directions.