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AUG 2018

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MMS AUGUST 2018 222 mmsonline.com IMTS 2018 Workholding and Handling Need Big Lathe Chucks? We Are the One! Lathe Chuck Diameters up to 7 Meters or about 23 Feet Pratt Burnerd America/Atlas Workholding Large Power and Manual Lathe Chucks for Horizontal and Vertical Machines The VTL Chuck shown in the photo above is designed with Extra Long Master Jaws, Cover Plate and Wiper Blades to protect the Chuck's gearing and reduce down time for maintenance. ✇ Manual Independent ✇ M anual Universal ✇ Manual Universal with Adjustable Jaws ✇ Power Universal ✇ Power Combination Manual ✇ Universal Power with Adjustable Jaws ✇ Face Plates up to 5 Meters (196 inches) ✇ Boring Mill Jaws ✇ Custom Chucks ✇ Custom Boring Mill Jaws The Chucks are available with several Jaw types and number of Jaws required per the application. We have over 100 years of Workholding Experience to help you solve all your workholding needs. Our technical staff can help you select the correct Chuck for your application. Pratt Burnerd America 1919 N. Pitcher Street • Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007 Phone: 800-253-0820 • Fax: 269-384-3201 e-mail: info@prattburnerd.com www.prattburnerd.com WORKHOLDING Five-Axis Workholding System Increases Setup Accuracy Carr Lane's CL5 five-axis workholding system enables faster, more accu- rate fixturing setups. The system consists of three components: a sub- plate, a riser and top tooling made up of a vise or a fixture plate. The subplate transforms a T-slot table into a modular fixturing plate, increasing flexibility, easing clamping and simplifying the location of other tooling or fixtures. Every plate has built-in clamping and locating for risers, enabling quick and accurate setups. Designed to get the part up from the machine table, the Quintus quick- change riser enables access to five sides of the part. The Quintus provides quick- change capability and pro- motes precise location. A range of either fixture plates or vises can be readily mounted on top of it. Several versions of fixture plates, vises and jaws are available. | Carr Lane Manufacturing Co. | West, Level 3 & Annex, Booth 431663 Vise Designed for Precision in CNC, Toolroom Applications Kurt's DX4 CrossOver vise is designed for the preci- sion requirements of CNC production and toolroom applications. The vise is interchangeable with the company's D40 vise, with the same bed height and distance from keyway to stationary jaw. It includes the company's AngLock and Pull-Type features and a two-bolt stationary jaw. The vise features a 6.5" jaw opening within the inside jaw position. A lighter and narrower vise body with a footprint of 4.962" × 12.50" enables more vises to be installed on the

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