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Chuck clamping.

Production Milling Chucks are low-profile manually-actuated concentric clamping systems that integrate with tombstones and pallets for machining centers, milling machines, and grinders. The chucks clamp and unclamp on the top face enabling more chucks to be ganged together compared to side-actuated models, according to the manufacturer. The chucks feature two-stage clamping, an initial jaw stroke for large opening, and a primary stage to provide high clamping force. Chucks are available in 3", 4", 5", and 6" sizes, 3 and 2 jaw confi gurations for O.D. and I.D. clamping applications. MicroCentric Corp.

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Title Annotation:NEW PRODUCTS
Publication:Modern Applications News
Date:May 1, 2009
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