HSFZ Swivel Chucks Maximize Radial and Axial Accuracies

Originally titled 'Swivel Chucks Maximize Radial and Axial Accuracies'

Röhm Products of America’s HSFZ swivel chucks feature an axis, which is orientated 90 degrees relative to the rotary axis and swivels to automatically bring the workpiece into machining position to maximize both radial and axial accuracies and minimize setup time.

Röhm Products of America’s HSFZ swivel chucks permit machining of bushings, connectors and adaptors from both sides. The swivel chucks feature an axis, which is orientated 90 degrees relative to the rotary axis and swivels to automatically bring the workpiece into machining position to maximize both radial and axial accuracies and minimize setup time.

The swivel chucks come in a variety of configurations to handle a range of machining situations such as machining of bent pipe. According to the company, the configurations include ES versions with rapid stroke and clamping stroke, versions featuring retracting clamping arms for precentering the workpiece, and versions with spring clamping and pneumatic release.