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Sjogren, Plain-back Style, 5CA Chuck


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Spindle Size 5C
Spindle Type Plain Back
Actuation Style Manual
Brand Sjogren
Style 5C
Delivery Details
If out of stock, standard delivery is 18 working days.

Hardinge-Sjogren Speed Collet Chucks provide greater collet capacity, reduced machining time and increased accuracy as compared to using a 3-jaw chuck. The manual chuck easily mounts to your lathe’s spindle, enabling the use of precision hardened and ground collets.

The 5C Hardinge threaded or taper spindle nose versions allow the use of step chucks with closers for larger diameter secondary operation work. The 5C and 3J spindles can accept Hardinge Sure-Grip® Expanding collets which grip parts with 1⁄ 2" (12.70mm) to 4" (101.60mm) bores.

  • Increase Capacity: The Hardinge-Sjogren Speed Collet Chuck increases the lathe’s capacity 25% to 40% compared to a lathe with a standard collet closing attachment. The Hardinge-Sjogren Speed Collet Chuck takes advantage of the full spindle bore — there is no draw tube.
  • Save Time: An almost effortless turn of the hand wheel automatically opens or closes the collet, releasing or gripping the workpiece as desired. The chuck is easily adjusted to grip a thin wall part which may be crushed with a standard collet closer.
  • Use Precision-machined or Emergency Collets: The Precision-machined collets provide an extremely long life and superior TIR as compared with a 3-jaw chuck. The emergency collet is for chucking diameters when a standard Precision-machined collet is not available.
CAUTION: Hardinge-Sjogren Speed Collet Chucks are designed to operate at speeds of 4,000 rpm or less. Chucks that feature a Hardinge threaded- or taper-nose spindle should not be operated in excess of 3,000 rpm when a step chuck with closer is used.
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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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