FlexC® 65, Style A, Pull-back, Dead-Length® Workstop, A2-8 Spindle
$3,950.00 USD / Each
Item weight: 45.0 lbs
|Spindle Type||American Standard|
|Nose Length (Dec. In.)||.845"|
|Overall Chuck Length (Dec. In.)||5.442|
|Overall Chuck Diameter (Dec. In.)||5.442|
|Nose Diameter (Dec. In.)||4.736|
|Grip Range (+/- inch)||0.02|
|Overall Chuck Length (mm)||138.23|
|Nose Length (mm)||21.46|
|Nose Diameter (mm)||120.3|
|Overall Chuck Diameter (mm)||138.23|
The Hardinge FlexC® Style A Collet System consists of a spindle mount assembly. Vulcanized collet heads and wrenches are purchased separately. The Style A Dead-length® Collet System can be used as a thru-hole for bar work or with a work stop for chucking. The clamping heads consist of hardened steel segments that are joined together by a vulcanization process. Their outstanding characteristics include parallel workpiece clamping, superb accuracy with a minimum of deformation of the work piece, and quick-change capability. If the Hardinge FlexC® Style A Collet System is used as a dead-length system the work stop is inserted into the workstop adapter. When part length control is not required the work stop can be removed.
The Hardinge FlexC® Style A Collet System is a pull-back system. The collet draws in against a stationary work stop for part length control providing very stable gripping of the workpiece. The overall rigidity of the entire gripping unit has a very positive effect on tool wear. You can "short grip" parts by machining a special work stop to the desired length.
The Style A quick change is a pull back design with a dead length work stop. The collet draws in the part against a stationary workstop for part length control. The workstop is removable for bar work. Providing a +/- .020" grip range, accuracy up to .0004
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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.
For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov