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  • Chuck Jaws-Image
    Chuck Jaws - (89 companies)
    How to Select Chuck Jaws. Chuck jaws are inserts that fit into a chuck and grip the workpiece. There are three types of chuck jaws: base jaws, hard jaws, and soft jaws. Base, or master, jaws are attached to the body of the chuck jaw... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Chucks - (427 companies)
    ...or internal gears. Brakes canquickly slow or stop the chuck's rotation. Compensating chucks maintainthe workpiece's position whenthe jaw is opened or closed. Independent jaws may be adjusted, tightened, or centered one-at-a-time, andwithout affecting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vise Jaws - (37 companies) workpiece size. Magnetic vise jaws use a strong nitrile magnet to hold jaw inserts in place. Oversize plate jaws are designed to hold fixtures or oversized plates. Toothed vise jaws have sturdy teeth which penetrate the workpiece... Learn More
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    Magnetic Chucks - (35 companies)
    ...applications. Magnetic Chuck. Image There are many advantages to using magnetic chucks. Consistent clamping pressure ensures that there is no variation in how tightly or loosely the workpiece is held; full support... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Grippers - (247 companies)
    ...about base points or jaws that slide parallel or in the same plane with each other like clamps or chuck jaws. Gripper Actuation. Grippers may be actuated manually, electrically, pneumatically, or hydraulically. Manual grippers are actuated by hand crank... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Vises - (269 companies)
    Vises Information. Vises are used for work holding and during inspection, assembly, forming, welding, and machining operations. They usually consist of a screw, level, or cam-type mechanism that closes and holds two or more jaws around a workpiece... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Crusher and Grinding Mill Wear Parts - (73 companies)
    Crusher and grinding mill wear parts include commonly-replaced components such as jaws, rolls, blades, plates, and liners for material processing equipment. Paired jaws are used in toggle or jaw crushers, powerful machines that fracture large rocks... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lathes and Turning Centers - (728 companies)
    ...a workpiece along a horizontal axis. A mandrel or chuck is mounted to the headstock of the metal lathe and a follower block or tail block is mounted to the tailstock. A metal lathe can also form hollow parts by a process called metal spinning. A CNC lathe... Learn More
  • Pliers - (221 companies)
    Description. Pliers (plyers) are handheld, manually-powered hand tools, often employing serrated jaws, designed for holding, cutting, bending, or manipulation of tough or difficult materials such as wire, sheet metal, or fine machine components... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Drilling Units and Tapping Units - (87 companies)
    Drilling units and tapping units are machine tool components for automated drilling and tapping applications. They usually consist of a drilling head, chuck or collet, motor, and in-feed cylinder or mechanism. Drilling units and tapping units... Learn More
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