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3/18/2019

Dillon Jaws Hold Large Diameter Chucks

Originally titled 'Jaws Hold Large Diameter Chucks'
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Dillon Manufacturing’s chuck jaws are designed for large diameter chucks.

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Dillon Manufacturing’s chuck jaws are designed for large diameter (15"-60") chucks. Matching workholding to the large diameter chuck enables faster set-ups. Available in standard configurations to fit many chuck manufacturers sizes of hard or soft top jaws or full grip (pie) jaws. They are available in 1018, 1045, 4140, 8620, A-2, 6061 aluminum and stainless steel. In addition to standard designs, jaws can be manufactured to customer specifications. The company’s chuck jaws and collet pads and jaws are especially useful for high-speed machining, as well as precision boring, tapping, drilling and finishing across many industrial markets.

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