Chuck Those Old Chucks

The new Hydrofit hydraulic chucks from Iscar not only qualify for high-speed machining, but also simplify tool changing, presetting and fine balancing. Suitable for stationary tool or rotating tool applications of as many as 15,000 rpm, hydrofit chucks deliver the clamping force, accuracy, dynamic balance and vibration damping necessary to protect brittle solid carbide round tools in HSM work.

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The new Hydrofit hydraulic chucks from Iscar not only qualify for high-speed machining, but also simplify tool changing, presetting and fine balancing. Suitable for stationary tool or rotating tool applications of as many as 15,000 rpm, hydrofit chucks deliver the clamping force, accuracy, dynamic balance and vibration damping necessary to protect brittle solid carbide round tools in HSM work. Runout accuracy is 0.003 mm.

The company’s hydraulic chucks require only moderate hand torque on an Allen key to clamp and unclamp the tool, right in the spindle. The turn of an internal preset screw adjusts the datum to where you want it. Optional threaded holes facilitate fine balancing.

The chuck styles are available to suit all popular HSK, DIN and SC machine interfaces and to handle four main shank types: taper shanks for rotating applications, VDI DIN 6980 shanks in sizes 30 and 40, ST 25, 32 Finfit ADJ with 070 flange for stationary tools and Finefit ADJ taper shanks with 070 flanges for rotating tools.

 

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