Samchully Workholding, Inc.
20472 Crescent Bay Drive
Lake Forest, CA 92630 US
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Power Chuck Holds Large Rectangular Forgings for VTLs
Samchully Workholding’s HCWF-55 2+2 power chuck is intended as an alternative to four-jaw self-centering chucks for holding rectangular workpieces such as large forgings and castings, where a standard four-jaw chuck would only touch the workpiece with two jaws.
Air Chucks Offer Extended Stroke
Samchully Workholding’s PAC series of extended-stroke Mega Bore air chucks are designed for pipe and tubular applications.
Samchully Opens New Facility in South Korea
The Incheon headquarters welcomed representatives from the United States, the U.K., Canada, France and South America for a celebration.
A Look Inside Samchully's New Facility
The Incheon, South Korea, facility will serve as Samchully's corporate headquarters as well as a manufacturing location.
Samchully Celebrates New Facility
New headquarters and a major investment in the latest machine tool technologies has this company poised to tighten its grip on the workholding market.
Fifth-Axis Rotary Table Features High-Torque Motors
Samchully Workholding’s TR-320FF heavy-duty fifth-axis rotary table uses high-torque motors for both the tilt and turn axes, enabling a 330-lb load capacity.
Three-Jaw Pneumatic Chuck Holds Round Workpieces
Samchully Workholding’s MCA pneumatic chuck is a three-jaw stationary chuck designed to hold round workpieces in a machining center or mounted on a tombstone.
Quick-Change Chuck Maintains Accuracy
The Quick-Jaw-Change (QJC) power chuck from Samchully Workholding is suitable for both large and small-batch production in job shops with frequent part change-overs.
High-Capacity Rotary Table Improves Repeatability Accuracy
Samchully Workholding offers the TR-320FF heavy-duty fifth-axis rotary table with a 330-lb capacity.
Air Chucks Designed for Pipe Applications
Samchully Workholding will display its new PAC series of extended-stroke Mega Bore air chucks designed for the pipe and tubular market.
Samchully’s Focus on Five-Axis Machining
Samchully Machinery Co. has manufactured workholding devices for a variety of machine tool builders in South Korea for 30 years, and in March 2010, it made a move to gain greater market share in the North and South American markets by establishing a U.S. operation in Irvine, California.