Model A8-DL-42 Dead-Length Style "B" Collet Adaptation Chuck with B42 Collets or Special S10 Master Collet
$4,414.00 USD / Each
Item weight: 18.00033333 lbs
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Hardinge offers a wide range of Collet Adaptation Chucks for your specific needs. The Hardinge Dead Length Collet Adaptation Chuck uses a push-to-close design with an axially-fixed collet. They are ideally suited for sub-spindles to maintain length control during secondary operations. The push-to-close design also avoids axial stress between the spindles. The collet is fixed in the Adaptation Chuck when the drawbar moves forward a sleeve is pushed over the collet to close onto the work piece.
More information is needed for Hardinge to fulfill this product. Please fill out the Hardinge Drawbar Linkup Order Form to complete your order.
Why would I want to use collets on my jaw-chuck lathe?
To Increase Productivity over 3-Jaw Chucks
- Faster job changeover using collets—5C, 16C, 3J, 22J, 35J, S15, S20, S26, S30, #11 B&S, #21 B&S, #22 B&S, B42, B60, B65, DIN 90 and many more
- Higher spindle speeds for reduced cycle times
To Increase Capability over 3-Jaw Chucks
- More work envelope to machine longer workpieces
- Achieve higher precision
- Interchangeable Style "S" master pads accommodate a wide range of workpiece sizes and configurations To
Increase Control over 3-Jaw Chucks
- Exact part length control
- Improved concentricity for optimum part roundness
Additionally, centrifugal force is not an issue with Collet Adaptation Chucks. Your machine can operate at the maximum rpm your tooling will allow. Higher rpm means more pieces per hour and higher profits. Review our brochure and select the HCAC Collet Adaptation Chuck that best meets your requirements.
Link-ups can be designed to fit your specific machine. The same link-up can then be used for the entire line of workholding elements including internal Sure-Grip® Collet applications.
Custom-manufacturing available…call 800-843-8801.
WARNING: product can expose you to chemicals, such as lead, including one or more listed chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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