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6/14/2018

Chuck Jaws Now Available in 6061 Aluminum

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Dillon’s full grip jaws, machined from 6061 extruded aluminum, provide added options for full grip jaw customers who have traditionally used cast aluminum jaws.

Dillon’s full grip jaws, machined from 6061 extruded aluminum, provide added options for full grip jaw customers who have traditionally used cast aluminum jaws. Available from 5" to 24" in diameter, these jaws can be modified to heights of 10" and provide widths that extend beyond the chuck face diameter. The company can provide both standard and special pie jaws in styles of 1.5 mm × 60°, 3.0 mm × 60°, 1/16" × 90°, and 3/32" × 90°, as well as in standard tongue and groove and key styles.
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