The Taper Attach Direct Thread Adaptor provides a immediate thread interface for taper mounted suppressors. Two sets of wrench flats make it equally easy to attach or remove from the suppressor or your firearm’s muzzle threads. No proprietary tools expected. Obtainable in 1/2×28 and 5/8×24 with 18x1mm support just around the corner. While it is easy to have immediate thread suppressor ability that may move from host to host without the need for more muzzle products, it is crucial to remember that every host firearm must be examined for baffle alignment via visible inspection before firing.

The 1/2×28 Insert can be utilized with cartriges up to 30 caliber and the 5/8×24 can be utilized up to .338 caliber.

The use of immediate thread adaptors increases on immediate thread mounted suppressors, by allowing the end user to have modular thread pitches. One Taper Attach Suppressor to Rule ALL OF THEM.
Black Nitrided
1.5 Ounce Weight
Wrench Flats for each and every contingency
Taper Install Repeatability and Stability
Multi-Thread versatility for your Taper Attach Suppressor
taper adapters allow the Taper Adapter application of holders or equipment with a different machine-side taper then your equipment spindle taper, such as for example using a BT40 tapping chuck on a 50-taper spindle.

These adapters eliminate lead time losses in case of a machine breakdown. Adapters can also assist in testing custom tools on another machine compared to the planned production machine.

Taper adapters avoid the necessity for a supply of new holders or tools for a particular machine. They arrive ready to employ with built-in locked clamping mechanisms featuring a clamping screw on a ball bearing for steep taper clamping or HSK locking device for taper clamping.
The steep taper may be the standardised form of an instrument taper for clamping tools in the primary spindle of a machine tool
The steep taper is standardised in DIN 69871 part 1
No self-locking (in contrast with the Morse taper), thereby making tool improvements easier without clamping. That is particularly significant for programmed tool changes
Small clamping travel equals short clamping time
High torsional rigidity due to the short distance between the cutting edge and spindle bearing (brief overall length)
For adapting morse taper tools to milling machines that take R8 tools
Alloy steel hardened to 50-52 rc
Critical surfaces precision ground
Use in R8 Machines
Turning Equipment More taper minimizing sleeve is employed to convert your headstock coming from #2 MT to #1 MT. That is useful if you have a drive center or pen mandrel which is 1MT as well as your headstock is 2MT