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3/5/2019

Large Workholding Chucks Available in Various Configurations

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Eastec 2019: Kitagawa NorthTech will be displaying its Nobel brand of workholding chucks for vertical turning lathes (VTLs), available up to 3.5 m (11.48 ft.) in size.

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Kitagawa NorthTech will be displaying its Nobel brand of workholding chucks for vertical turning lathes (VTLs), available up to 3.5 m (11.48 ft.) in size. The chucks are offered in an assortment of sizes, styles and configurations including large face plates with boring mill jaws; manual independent four-jaw; three-jaw scroll; power combination chucks; indexing chucks; pull-down chucks; and special-application six-jaw (2+2+2) chucks for thin-wall machining. Said to be popular for their forged steel bodies, large bore sizes and performance, large Nobel power, manual and special VTL face plates and chucks are designed for applications in the large bearing, aerospace and power generation sectors, among others. 

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