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

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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
  • Tool Holders & Adapters
  • 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.