Do RGX tools meet your requirements in quality and precision?

Here you can see the production of the tool holder from the raw material to the finished product!

On the beginning of every production, the raw material has to be cut. Every batch receives an ID-card and is delivered to the machining centers and lathes.
The machining of the livetool body is designed for maximum accuracy. All relevant reference dimensions are manufactured without unnecessary reclamping on modern machining centers from well-known manufacturers such as Okuma and DMG.
After the heat treatment, a drive shaft is machined on a cylindrical grinding machine as well as rings on a surface grinding machine.
In addition to the production itself, all processes must be recorded. The components therefore go through production with seamless documentation.
The final inspection of the individual components takes place via a coordinate measuring machine in the air-conditioned measuring room.
The fully assembled and already tested tool holders are now laser-labeled with the article number and logo
The last process is also one of the most important: Each driven tool holder is tested in the test bench for hours at changing speeds with regard to vibrations and the temperature. The seals of holders with internal cooling are tested with coolant - nothing is left to chance!
Another RGX tool holder is ready. Packed securely, he is now going on a journey to his future owner. This overview shows the manufacturing steps to the finished product. The toolholders are of course modular and most of the components are available from stock. We achieve an average delivery time of 5-8 working days.
Back to the inital question:
Do RGX-livetools meet your requirements for driven tools?
We are happy to provide you with test holders to finally convince you of the quality and our service.
No customer has ever returned his test toolholder!
Click here for product overview: Shop Any questions? contact