Power Hand Mini Filer Head Z-MFX

$650.00
Special Order Item
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For lightweight profiling. Slim nose design for polishing and finishing narrow and confined spaces.

Choose from 3 stroke lengths. All models hold up to 3.5mm diameter tools, such as our Diamond Tips.

For best results, use with the Z-M08X or PH3 08X Power Hand Handpiece Motors.

Model: 0.5mm Head 1.0mm Head 1.5mm Head
Stroke Length: 0.5mm (fixed) 1.0mm (fixed) 1.5mm (fixed)
Maximum
Strokes/Minutes:
12,000 12,000 12,000
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    Every PH3 handpiece consists of 2 parts: a motor and a head with integrated quick-disconnect fitting to hold heads securely and make head changes fast. Optional heads are available so you can create your own custom handpieces to suit your individual requirements.
    For optimal performance of specialty heads, choose the 8,000rpm, 15,000rpm or 30,000rpm Power Hand 3 Handpiece or Handpiece Motor as indicated in the chart below. For work requiring high torque at low speed, add in the 4:1 Reduction Gear.

    Heads below fit both Power Hand 2 and Power Hand 3 handpiece motors.

    Handpiece Heads
    PH3 08X
    Motor
    8,000rpm
    PH3 15X
    Motor
    15,000rpm
    PH3 30X
    Motor
    30,000rpm
    Mini-Filer Head
    Reciprocating
    12,000 strokes/min.


    SZX Swing Head
    Side-to-Side Reciprocating
    8,000 strokes/min.


    120° Angle Head Z-CNX
    Max. 15,000rpm

    90° Angle Head Z-ANX
    Max. 15,000rpm

    Micro Angle Head
    Long Reach 90° Rotary
    Max. 15,000rpm

    Heavy-Duty Head
    Rotary for 1/4" Shanks
    Max. 30,000rpm
    Slender Head*
    Long Reach Rotary
    Max. 55,000rpm
    Standard Rotary Head*
    Replacement Head
    Max. 55,000rpm
    4:1 Reduction Gear
    Adds 4X Torque


    Blue dot indicates optimal performance for head & motor combination.

    * Both the Slender Head and the Standard Rotary Head work with all PH 3 Motors (M-08X, M-15X, M-20X, M-30X, M-35X, and M-55X).


    Prolonged use of vibrating or reciprocating tools may result in vibration-induced circulation problems in the hands. Always follow safe operating procedures. Taking frequent breaks can help minimize but not guarantee against injury. Operating these types of tools in cold weather or with a tight grip will reduce the period of operation before risking potential injury. Individuals with a tendency to suffer from poor circulation, frequently cold fingers or itchy hands should closely monitor the condition of their hands. If symptoms appear, seek medical advice immediately.

    For current safety guidelines on Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV), please consult the American National Standards Institute publication ANSI/ASA S2.70-2006 (R2011).