Increased temperature stability

Applications that require the highest precision require special measures in terms of temperature stability.

A good example here is the cooling of vacuum systems to prevent or counteract an expansion of the entire system over the temperature stability in the range of +/- 0.1k temperature hysteresis.

The same applies to milling spindles.
Again, the expansion of the spindle can be counteracted by an increased temperature stability.

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