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FlexC® 65, Style D, Pull-back with thru-hole, A2-8 Spindle

V65 8D00750

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$2,915.00 USD / Each

Item weight: 47.85 lbs

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Spindle Size A2-8
Spindle Type American Standard
Nose Length (Dec. In.) .907"
Overall Chuck Length (Dec. In.) 4.24
Overall Chuck Diameter (Dec. In.) 8.268
Nose Diameter (Dec. In.) 4.736
Type FlexC®
Spindle Capacity 65mm
Actuation Style Pull-back with thru-hole
Dead-Length® Workstop No
TIR (inch) .0002"
Grip Range (+/- inch) 0.02
Brand Hardinge
Overall Chuck Length (mm) 107.7
Nose Length (mm) 23.04
Nose Diameter (mm) 120.3
Overall Chuck Diameter (mm) 210
Material Steel
Delivery Details
If out of stock, standard delivery is 10 working days.

The Hardinge FlexC® Style D Collet System consists of a spindle mount assembly. Vulcanized collet heads and wrenches are purchased separately. The Style D Collet System is designed with a thru-hole for bar work applications. Since there is no work stop in this model, this style is NOT recommended for chucking parts. The clamping heads consist of hardened steel segments that are joined together by a vulcanization process. Their outstanding characteristics are parallel workpiece clamping, superb accuracy, wide gripping range and quick-change capability.

The Hardinge FlexC® Style D Collet System is a pull-back design. The collet draws in against the closing angle providing very stable gripping of the workpiece. The overall rigidity of the entire gripping unit has a very positive effect on tool wear.

The Style D quick change is a pull back design with a thru hole for bar work. Providing a +/- .020" grip range, accuracy up to .0004" TIR, true parallel gripping, and 10 second change over.

More information is needed for Hardinge to fulfill this product. Please fill out the Hardinge Drawbar Linkup Order Form to complete your order.

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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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