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4/9/2018

Full-Grip Pie Jaws Available Ranging to 15" in Diameter

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Dillon Manufacturing full-grip pie jaws are made of 1018 CR steel and are available in diameters from 6" to 15", with heights of 2", 4" and 6".

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Dillon Manufacturing’s full-grip pie jaws are made of 1018 CR steel and are available in diameters ranging from 6" to 15", with heights of 2", 4" and 6". The heat-treatable and weldable steel jaws completely grip the work piece to maintain accuracy. Special steel full grips are available, including extra height and diameters. The jaws can be case hardened.

Full-grip jaws reduce distortion and provide more friction for drive during turning operations.

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