1. #1
    as title....googled but not found the answer.

    URL reference would be nice.

    thanks,
    /bruin

  2. #2
    Extended Range me thinks.

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  4. Well from what I can find out about ER from Rego-Fix (the company who patented them in 1973) it was simply the mark they used when setting up that type of collet. It was later moved over to a DIN number 6499 (which nobody pretty much uses including Rego-Fix). They claim that they product has <3um of TIR (which considering the cost of their parts I hope so). Hope that helps.

    Michael

  5. #5
    thanks all...

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