Finger Chucks For Axial Gripping

New from Kitagaw/NorthTech Workholding, the FG series of finger chucks provide axial gripping in a series of standard sizes. The chucks simply pull back to a locator or centering device with an axial motion. According to the company, these finger chucks use strong, stable axial clamping to firmly grip flanged materials, thin-wall parts, irregular shaped parts, gears and more.

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New from Kitagaw/NorthTech Workholding, the FG series of finger chucks provide axial gripping in a series of standard sizes. The chucks simply pull back to a locator or centering device with an axial motion. According to the company, these finger chucks use strong, stable axial clamping to firmly grip flanged materials, thin-wall parts, irregular shaped parts, gears and more. They are said to offer easy setup and changeover. The series, available in two- and three jaw versions, comes pre-balanced from the factory. Chucks are available in five standard sizes (ranging from 5" to 12") from stock. Mounting is compatible with standard chucks. Seating confirmation is standard for trouble free operation.

Also available is the Pub200, a three-jaw pull back style power chuck with a through-hole.