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5/16/2014

Diaphragm Chuck Holds Two Workpieces

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Northfield Precision’s DPH1000W 10" diaphragm chuck is capable of locating and clamping two workpieces with different location datums.

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Northfield Precision’s DPH1000W 10" diaphragm chuck is capable of locating and clamping two workpieces with different location datums. The chuck features stepped top jaws to locate and clamp two workpieces without change-over. A master axial locator incorporates a button-style stop. With replacement of only the stop, change-overs are said to be quick, accurate and repeatable.

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