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
Steady Rests and Follower Rests
Steady rests and follower rests are lathe accessories that hold a long workpiece steady during turning. Steady rests are mounted to the bed and do not move with the lathe. Follower rests attach to the saddle and move along with or follow the lathe.
Tool holders (toolholders) are the physical interface between tooling and the machine tool. They vary in terms of machine-mount styles and are designed to perform specific applications.
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.
Chucks are attachments used to hold a workpiece or cutting tool on a machine tool. This product area covers a variety of chuck types, including: core, diaphragm, draw bar, electrostatic, gear, grinding, lathe, milling, pull down, roll, safety, scroll, universal, and vacuum chucks.