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A chuck is used to clamp either a workpiece or a tool in place for rotary operations. The two most common types are the drill...
Three-jaw chucks are used on lathes and rotary indexing tables to hold workpieces in place during turning operations.
The motor spindle is the milling machine part which rotates and holds the cutting tool for machining operations. A motor-spindle...
Rotary indexing tables are machine tool accessories that hold workpieces on a rotating axis for machining operations.
Manual chucks are used on lathes to hold the workpiece in place for turning operations. They are actuated using a T-handle...
Tilting rotary tables are machine tool accessories that hold workpieces for five-axis operations.
Collet chuck holders are tool holders that use collets to hold the cutting tool in place for machining operations.
Magnetic chucks are used to hold ferromagnetic workpieces for machining operations.