Note 1) The gripping accuracy is the Total Indicator Reading of a test bar right after forming jaws to grip a test bar.
Note 2) The repeatability is the Total Indicator Reading of a test bar measured by detaching the formed jaws from the chuck and mounting them again in the same position.
Note 3) Both gripping accuracy and repeatability are the T.I.R. of a test bar at 10 mm above from Kitagawa standard soft jaw.
All the above criteria are based on our internal regulations.
|Gripping Range (mm)||Max.||170||210||254||315|
|Jaw Stroke (Diameter) (mm)||5.5||7.4||8.8||10.6|
|Plunger Stroke (mm)||12||16||19||23|
|Max. Draw Bar Pull Force (kN)||23||35||49||59|
|Max. Static Gripping Force (kN)||58.5||90||123||153|
|Max. Speed (min-1)||6000||5000||4500||3500|
|Dynamic Gripping Force at Max. Speed (kN)||23||36||44||50|
|Moment of Inertia (kg･m2)||0.052||0.14||0.32||0.81|
|Net Weight (kg) (with Soft Top Jaws)||12.8||22.2||35.8||58.3|
Wide variety of world’s standard power chuck
High gripping force & stability to suit various requirements
Necessary item for Quality control and Safety
Standard Manual Chucks suit to a high-mixture of work pieces and low-volume production.
High performance Rotary Cylinder is integral to for the operation of a power chuck and extracts the maximum capability of the chuck.
Compact & high accuracy Combination with chuck is available.
Tail stocks, tail spindles, rotary joints, rotary chucks and others
Toggle joint mechanism Long jaw stroke
Stationary power chuck with built-in cylinder
Grippers for industrial robots
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