Lathe turning chuck CRS 36
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lathe turning chuck
lathe turning chuck
lathe turning chuck
lathe turning chuck
lathe turning chuck
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Characteristics

Other characteristics
lathe, machining, clamp
Rotational speed

Min.: 0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Max.: 7,100 rpm (44,610.62 rad.min-1)

Gripping force

Min.: 0 kN

Max.: 36 kN

Description

Suitable for D171E Spring Collects D671 Varibore Collects. Short Series Power Collet Chuck interchangeable with B-200 Series Power Chucks. Ultra compact chuck design for first operation, ideally suited for use with barfeeders. Short length maximises lathe work envelope. Large capacity in small diameter and short length. Collet Increment (mm): 2 Sleeve Stroke (mm): 7 Net Weight: 8kg Matching Cylinder: S1036 171E Spring Collects are suited for second operation work, collets are size matched according to gripped diameters, enabling you to have a high gripping accuracy. Standard collets can be supplied as smooth or serrated as required and normally in 0.5mm increments or specific to the gripping diameter required. D-671 Varibore Collects are ideal for first operation work as they have a 3mm gripping range enabling you to handle rough bar. Supplied either as smooth, serrated or super grip. Designed to work with Bar Pushers/ Barfeeders Short Body/Wide Range - Varibore collets allow for a compact body design maximising the lathe work envelope. Gripping capacities of the series range from 3.2 mm to 66.6mm Fixed Length Collet - Workpiece remains in a fixed position during actuation allowing for precise z-axis positioning. A tapered sleeve is pushed forward, compressing the collet and gripping the workpiece. First Operation Collet Chuck - Klamp CRS collet chucks are suitable for collets which have a large gripping range.

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