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Power chuck
3-jawclosed-centerlathe

power chuck
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Characteristics

Type
automatic
Number of jaws
3-jaw
Other characteristics
closed-center, lathe, gripper

Description

SC 3-jaw scroll chuck plain back, solid jaws (front and back mounted) Interchangable utilization of internal and external hard jaws. SC types feature economical and durable, suitable for mass production. Gripping accuracy of 0.03mm (0.0012 inch) T.I.R.. The body is made of MEEHANITE. It is suitably used for high speed revolution and 3 times more durable than regular material. SIC 4-jaw scroll chuck plain back, solid jaws (front and back mounted) Gripping of square or octagonal workpieces could fit into central line automatically. SIC have high stability in gripping thin tube work piece. The specification is the same as SC type. The body is made of MEEHANITE. It is suitably used for high speed revolution and 3 times more durable than regular material. SK 3-jaw strong scroll chuck plain back, 2-piece jaws (front and back mounted) SK types chucks have wider unilization range; hard jaws suitable for heavy cutting; soft jaws suitable for light and precision cutting. Hard jaws could be used as internal jaws and external jaws. Gripping accuracy of 0.03mm (0.0012 inch) T.I.R. The body is made of MEEHANITE. It is suitably used for high speed revolution and 3 times more durable than regular material. SIK 4-jaw strong scroll chuck plain back 2-piece jaws (front and back mounted) Hard jaws are adopted for square or octagonal thin tube workpieces machining. Soft jaws could grip rectangular workpiece after being unisotropic machined. The specification is the same as SK type. The body is made of MEEHANITE. It is suitably used for high speed revolution and 3 times more durable than regular material.

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