One Hardinge Dr.
PO Box 1507
Elmira, NY 14902-1507 US
Today's industry demands Hardinge's accuracy, durability and flexibility.
Today's industry demands Hardinge's accuracy, durability and flexibility.
Hardinge, well known in the industry for Super-Precision®, offers gripping solutions for producing small diameter parts for the medical and aerospace industries. Their products include headstock collets, pickoff collets, carbide guide bushings, bar loader collets and custom manufactured solutions. “We’ve added several new collets and guide bushings to our inventory to meet customer demands and support newer machine models”, states Rick Schonher, Product Manager for Hardinge Workholding Division. Hardinge collets are inspected on a Hardinge SUPER-PRECISION® (.000015” TIR) headstock before reaching the stockroom.
Hardinge is the world's largest manufacturer of spindle tooling. Spindle tooling is available for all brands of lathes, mills, grinding machines, automatic screw machines, rotary transfer machines, turret lathes, automation, process and assembly. See over 50,000 products online at www.shophardinge. This comprehensive site lets you place orders, track your product, maintain multiple shipping addresses, view user manuals & catalogs and watch videos. Your account can be set up and functional in minutes!
Hardinge offers the most flexible quick-change rotary workholding system on the market! Hardinge's A2-4 and A2-5 spindle nose designs allow quick-change between collets, Sure-Grip expanding collets, chucks and the slotted face plate. Common tooling can be shared between the rotary system and the lathe. Choose from a large selection of rotary products for all ranges of production. Styles include single spindle, multi-spindle and dual-axis units. Plate and cube trunnions take on multiple part fixturing.
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Hardinge ranks as the world's largest manufacturer of spindle tooling. As such, we stand ready to provide stock delivery of a vast array of styles, shapes and sizes for automatic screw machines, lathes, mills, grinding machines, automation, process and assembly. Our full product line includes collets, Sure-Grip expanding collets, FlexC collet systems, step chucks, power chucks, jaws, collet chucks, CNC mill tooling, rotary tables and indexers, toolholder collets, bushings and tool holders. Over a century of engineering and production experience is behind every product we manufacture. We specialize in custom workholding applications to meet your requirements and greatly increase your production and profits.
Hardinge Collet Blocks grip round, hex, square or odd-shaped parts and can be used horizontally or vertically on mill tables, flat or angled fixture plates, tombstones or rotary trunnions. Sizes are available from the 1C micro medical machining industry up to the 35J mid-range automotive and aerospace industries. Modular collets blocks are compact with a low profile for increased axis travel and for maximum layout of the workspace. A collet can provide certain advantages over a jaw chuck, vise and other clamping methods. There are some advantages of using Collet Blocks instead of a standard vise or 3-jaw chuck. A collet automatically centers the workpiece for reduced setup time. Centers remain fixed when the fixture is removed from the machine table. A collet provides equal gripping pressure around the circumference of the part unlike a standard vise or a 3-point contact jaw chuck. Thin-wall parts or delicate materials may crush or distort in a standard vise or jaw chuck. Collets ordered with serrations can add additional gripping power to prevent push-back and radial slipping. Extended-nose collets can provide additional tool clearance. Some collet blocks accept expanding collets to grip a part at the internal diameter. Collet blocks are modular for arranging on a pallet for multiple part processing and quick pallet changeover. Collet blocks and rotary trunnions can be ordered online at www.hardingetooling.com.
Need collet capability on your jaw chuck lathe? Hardinge HCAC® Collet Chucks offer collet capability for higher precision and accuracy when you need it. Increase productivity, capability and control when compared to 3-Jaw chucks: • Faster job changeover using collets • Higher spindle speeds - reduced cycle times • Larger work envelope • Achieve higher precision • Improved concentricity for optimum part roundness • Exact part length control • Interchangeable Style "S" master pads accommodate a wide range of workpiece sizes and configurations Order Hardinge collet chucks online at www.hardingetooling.com
Hardinge is the world’s largest manufacturer of spindle tooling. With over a century of experience, we are your trusted partner for all workholding applications. Hardinge collets are renowned for their accuracy and durability with the best total indicator reading (TIR) in the industry. Let Hardinge solve your workholding problems such as hard-to-grip shapes and surfaces, part length control, thin-wall turning, etc. Hardinge manufactures and stocks collets for ALL brands of lathes, automatic screw machines, rotary transfer machines and turret lathes in various sizes and shapes. We also specialize in custom manufacturing. Order Hardinge collets online at www.hardingetooling.com
Special collets and workholding devices are manufactured to rigid specifications, including material, heat treat and machined accuracy. Hardinge will work with you for the fastest possible delivery time to meet your deadline. Quite often a stock item can be altered to meet your requirements. Hardinge specializes in solutions for extruded stock, non-round parts, eccentric, off-center, stepped and other hard-to-grip parts. Hardinge will work closely with you to solve your individual needs while working within your parameters. Their Design and Application Engineers have over a century of combined experience. Quite often it is necessary to hold a soft or brittle workpiece, a part that cannot be marked or scratched, or a thin-walled part. Hardinge can provide a gripping solution for all types of workpiece materials. Special Collets are available to hold glass rods, optical lenses, pill capsules, plastics and wood. Hardinge has experience with all types of materials including brass and aluminum extrusions, castings and die castings. Fax your requirements to 607-734-3886.
Hardinge DIRECT-DRIVE Super-Precision® Rotary Systems offer high-speed positioning and rapid bidirectional response. Features and Advantages of Direct-Drive rotary systems: • Direct-drive, rare-earth permanent magnet torque motor - No mechanical gearing, fewer parts to wear - Zero backlash, high servo stiffness - Rapid bidirectional response - Wraparound motor for smaller footprint - Super-Precision® positioning accuracy and repeatability • Rugged cross roller bearing for high-moment loads with super rigidity • Integrated axis capability for operation at maximum machine capability – full use of high-speed machining and machine's "Look-ahead" programming Choose from DD100, DD200 and DD300 models. Order Hardinge Rotary Systems online at www.hardingetooling.com.
A Tidy Turning Cell
This compact cell offers automated turning and inspection for extended periods of unattended operation.
The Big Step Up
A small shop added two new machines, each of which is more advanced than any of the previous machine tools the company has used. One of the co-owners committed to the work of bringing both of these machines fully into service. Here is the shop’s experience so far.
Workholding Products for Small to Medium Parts Machining
Hardinge will display its workholding products for gripping parts to be turned, milled, ground, welded, assembled or positioned in the small-to-medium parts machining industry at IMTS 2012.
Collet Pads Change Over Faster Than Solid Collets
Hardinge’s Style-S collet pads are designed to take up less space, cost less and change over faster than solid collets.
Reasons to Consider Custom Workholding
“There isn’t a shop that can say they’ve never had a problem gripping a part.” This is a quote from an introductory piece that describes the capabilities of the Hardinge Workholding Division in engineering custom workholding solutions for those problem parts.
Bridgeport, Rotary Compatibility Brochure
Hardinge rotary tables can be matched to a Bridgeport VMC operated with a Fanuc control.
Expanding Collet Systems Feature Interchangeable Heads
Sure-Grip expanding collet systems from Hardinge grip the internal diameter of a part for turning, milling, grinding, assembly, inspection and automation applications.
Manufacturer Turns Inward for New Machine
The Hardinge Workholding Group needed a heavy-duty machine with a rigid structural design that could perform multiple operations. After scouring the market, the group found the right model closer to home than it expected.
Collet-Ready Rotary Tables, Indexers Reduce Job Cost
Collet-ready spindle rotary tables and indexers manufactured by Hardinge accept a variety of standard tooling to grip parts of various shapes and sizes.
Rotary Table Offers Accuracy, Repeatability
Hardinge’s DD100 direct-drive super-precision rotary table is a high-speed parts positioner with ±3 arcsecond accuracy and 4 arcsecond repeatability.
Direct-Drive Rotary Tables for Contouring, Positioning
The company’s direct-drive rotary tables have zero backlash, permitting rapid bi-directional movement without lost time compensating for position over-travel.
Vulcanized Collet Systems
The FlexC collet systems are flexible, sealed collet heads that can interchange in seconds.
Low-Profile Rotary Tables for Heavy Loads
Low-Profile Rotary Systems are engineered to support heavy loads and high-force cutting applications while offering a fast clamp-and-release feature to speed production, the company says.
Low-Profile Rotary Table
The company’s GD160LP rotary table is designed to provide rigidity, speed, accuracy, low-profile and repeatability.
Low-Profile Rotary Table
The GD160LP rotary table is said to provide rigidity, speed, accuracy and repeatability in a low profile.
Custom Gripping Solutions For Fastener Industry
Hardinge manufactures collets for virtually all brands of machines and adapters used in the fastener industry. These precision collets can grip blind bolt fasteners, solid and blind rivets, bolts, screws, nuts, inserts and studs.
Four Spindles Accommodate 1,000-LB Tailstock Thrust
The Hardinge 5C2 quad-spindle indexing system is suited for small- to medium-sized parts of virtually all shapes. Each spindle can accommodate a 50-lb (23-kg) part with an axial thrust of 1,000-lbs (4,448 N).
Workholding Options Enhance Productivity
Hardinge Style-S master collets use interchangeable pads that can be changed without removing the master collet from the spindle, thus reducing change-over time. When loading bars, the shoulder of the pad locates against the front of the groove in the master collet.
Low-Profile Rotary Table(2)
The GD210LP low-profile rotary table is designed for rigidity, speed, accuracy and repeatability. Stiffness and rigidity are accomplished with large-diameter bearings and a fail-safe clamping system that accommodates parts as heavy as 220 lbs. The table uses as much as 233 foot-pounds (315Nm) of clamping torque to handle off-center drilling, cross-axis milling and other high-force cutting applications.
Low-Profile Rotary Table
The GD210LP low-profile rotary table from Hardinge is said to feature rigidity, speed, accuracy and repeatability. Large diameter bearings and a fail-safe clamping system provide high stiffness and high rigidity for parts weighing as much as 220 lbs. The table uses 233 foot-pounds (315 Nm) of clamping torque to handle off-center drilling, cross-axis milling and other high-force cutting applications.
Chuck Helps Restore Thin-Walled, Hardened Parts To Roundness
Heat treating can distort parts, especially round, thin-walled workpieces. During finish-turning, such components can conform to the shape of the chuck, only to spring back to an out-of-round state after clamping. Hardinge has developed a chuck with multiple gripping fingers to avoid this problem.
Net-Shape Chucking Increases Hard Turning Accuracy
Heat treating a round, thin-wall part can distort the part's diameter. This lathe chuck grips an out-of-round part without forcing the workpiece perfectly round, which eliminates the spring-back effect after machining and removal from the chuck to enable a more accurate hard-turning operation.
ID Pickoff Alternative Saves Shop Money
This New York shop needed an affordable solution for an internal grip on the pickoff spindle of its six-spindle screw machine (32 mm through capacity). The job called for a brass turned part with thread milling. The company needed to backwork the part, but it couldn't grab the outside of the part with the OD pickoff attachment because it would distort the threads.