Production Machining

MAY 2016

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Top Jaws with Consistent Part Clamping Soft jaw blanks from Dillon Jaws feature a milled surface on the jaw end, opposite to the clamping surface. This datum serves as a location point for positioning the counter-bored holes and the jaws' serrations, resulting in exact dimensional matching of Dillon jaw sets. These features are designed to reduce setup times, aid concentric performance, provide better chuck balance and have a longer jaw life because of the increased jaw accuracies. As a result of having established surfaces in relation to the jaw serrations, Dillon chuck jaws consistently perform as a standard work- holding component for turned or bored parts. The chuck jaws are avail- able in 1018 steel, and 6061 aluminum as well as 4140, 8620 and A2, brass, Delrin, or stainless steel to suit virtually any CNC or manual chuck project involving turned or bored parts. They are especially useful for second operation fnishing work. :: Dillon Manufacturing Inc. 800-428-1133 P 803.438.4000 F 803.438.5263 P O B O X 7 0 0 7 C A M D E N , S C 2 9 0 2 1 - 7 0 0 7 COGSDILL TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. ©2016 COMPACT BURNISHING TOOLS DESIGNED FOR MULTI-SPINDLE AUTOMATIC & SCREW TYPE MACHINES MAKING PRECISION TOOLS IN THE USA FOR 100 YEARS 1 9 1 4 | 2 0 1 4 V I S I T U S O N L I N E VISIT US AT IMTS 2016 IN CHICAGO SEPT. 12-17, 2016 BOOTH #W-2371 Universal Burnishing Tools Micro Roller Burnishing Tools Thru & Bottoming Style From 0.187 - 0.501 inch | 4.75 - 12.73mm From 0.054 - 0.254 inch | 1.37 - 6.45mm OD Tools ID Tools UBT-B2 UBT-T4 Turning Holder Style For Burnishing outside diameters For Burnishing outside diameters, faces & large inside diameters • Precision fixed lens optics • High resolution camera and illumination • Optional TTL Laser and touchprobe Precision for People ® See Us at MD&M East Booth 2129 PRODUCTS :: 59

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