Albrecht, Inc.

Phone: 631-231-5656
Toll-Free: 800-468-3008
Fax: 800-354-9552

Please visit: Albrecht, Inc.

Mailing Address:
200 Oser Ave.
Hauppauge, NY 11788 US

A Special Message from Albrecht, Inc.

Albrecht Uberchuck

An investment in Albrecht Uberchucks pays dividends from the day they're installed .


Tool changes are quicker and less frequent. Superior rigidity and vibration dampening let you cut deeper and faster. And cutting tools last longer - by as much as 60%.* That's like getting every third tool free...for life. Each day you put off installing Uberchucks is another day of letting your old chucks cut profit from your bottom line.


Clearly a cut above.


The Josef Albrecht Bohrfutterfabrik GmbH & Co., located in Wernau, Germany, has been a leading builder of precision drill chucks since 1908.





*Claims based on independent testing conducted in Germany at the University of Ulm and University of Applied Sciences at Offenburg.

Product Categories of Albrecht, Inc.

  • Arbors (for Cutters)
  • Chuck Jaws & Collets
  • Collets for Toolholding
  • Drill Chucks
  • Tap Drivers & Attachments
  • Toolholders
  • Tooling Systems, Modular and/or Quick-Change

Trade Names

  • Key-Lock
  • Uberchuck
  • Wrench-Lock

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Albrecht Uberchuck Features

The revolutionary design of the Albrecht Uberchuck Milling Chuck makes it the ideal choice for all common milling operations.

Albrecht Uberchuck Benefits

The Albrecht Uberchuck Milling Chuck enables you work faster and cut more aggressively

Albrecht Uberchuck Technology

The Uberchuck’s patented two-stage clamping mechanism produces extremely high gripping torque without costly equipment or time-consuming procedures.

As seen in MMS

CNC Milling Chucks Ease Tool Changes, Reduce Downtime
The Überchuck precision CNC milling chuck from Albrecht uses a two-stage clamping mechanism to increase gripping torque, rigidity and damping.

Chuck Designed For CNC Machining Centers

Get A (Tight) Grip
High toolholder gripping torque reduces the likelihood that a tool will slip within a toolholder during a cutting operation. A mechanical toolholder design provides a very high gripping torque via a worm gear that compresses a shallow-taper collet tightly around a tool shank.