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.
Note 4) Both accuracies for only BR12 are 0.015 mm T.I.R.
|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)||22.5||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|
Note) The 3D data includes two types of the positions of the jaws for both Parasolid and STEP: open end (UC) and closed end (OC).
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