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JUL 2018

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TOOLING AND WORKHOLDING MMS JULY 2018 122 1.800.281.5734, Germantown, WI USA TRUE ORIGINALS HAINBUCH clamping heads [collets] are the »true originals« when it comes to clamping technology. Whether it's the SPANNTOP round or the TOPlus hex- agonal – HAINBUCH leads the way with industry changing innovations. Booth # 431636 West Hall Reusable Master Jaws Reduce Setup Time Kurt's DoveLock master jaws are designed to replace standard cap-screw jaws for quick-change capabilities. Once the jaws are installed into the vise, they act as a receiver for the replaceable jaws and are installed or removed by loosening three quick clamps in the top of each master jaw. Change-over of jaws can thereby be completed in less than one minute, saving time when frequent setups are required. The line features reusable, machinable jaws that are manufactured from 6061 aluminum or 4140 pre-hardened steel. They are designed for repeatable use after the part profile has been machined into the jaws. They can be flipped 180 degrees to accommodate a second part profile for an additional setup. | Kurt Manufacturing Co. | 800-458-7855 | Chuck Jaws Now Available in 6061 Aluminum Dillon's full grip jaws, machined from 6061 extruded aluminum, provide added options for full-grip jaw cus- tomers who have traditionally used cast aluminum jaws. Available from 5" to 24" in diameter, these jaws can be modified to heights of 10" and provide widths that extend beyond the chuck face diameter. The company offers standard and special pie jaws in styles of 1.5 mm × 60°, 3.0 mm × 60°, 1/16" × 90°, and 3/32" × 90°, as well as in standard tongue-and-groove and key styles. | Dillon Manufacturing Inc. 800-428-1133 |

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