Production Machining

DEC 2017

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Jaw Forming Ring Grips Entire Workpiece Uniformly Dillon's jaw forming ring provides a uniform grip on the work- piece, thereby maximizing jaw life for cutting and forming opera- tions, the company says. Mounted in direct contact with the top jaw, the Dillon jaw forming ring preloads the chucking system. Jaw life for requalifying or reforming is maximized by lessening the amount of jaw stock removal required during parts setup. According to the company, use of the device will provide a jaw surface true to the machine centerline, reduce setup times, and increase up-times for running machined parts. Dillon Jaws support a variety of industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, consumers, coal, oil and gas, construction, machine tools, mining, paper, rail and wind energy. Jaw forming rings are available for 4", 5", 6", 8", 10", 12" and 15" power chucks. They are capable of a range of OD and ID jaw formation and self-centering action provides equal pressure on all jaws, the company says. :: Dillon Manufacturing Inc. 800-428-1133, PRODUCTS :: 43 NEW PRODUCTS New Products are added to regularly. One of them could be the solution to your biggest problem. Are you ready to revolutionize the way you do business? Visit PM Online New Products Today! System Threads and Grooves Internally Carmex Precision Tools LLC's modular line (ML) is designed for internal threading and grooving applica- tions. It uses a single boring bar that can be fitted with multiple adapters offering accuracy, adjustment and full repeatability, the company says. Coated with abrasive-resistant nickel, the ML adapters can be used with all Carmex standard thread turning inserts sizes 16, 22, and 27 mm. According to the company, the 16-mm grooving inserts fit the MLR-L 16-32 and MLR-L 16-40 adapters. The combination of high quality and flexibility in the modular line provides high performance in internal machining, deep thread generation and grooving and saves appreciable costs by reducing tool inventories, the company says. The boring bars and adapters are also designed for use with internal high-pressure as well as conventional coolant. :: Carmex Precision Tools LLC, 262-628-5030, I've been making precision components all my life, but I'm doing them much better and less expensively today on our CNC Hydromats and CNC Swiss. We got through the recession by remaking Steuby Co. into a parts making machine. Quality is a given. We'll get you your parts when you want them, at a terrific price. Call the old pro, Jack Steuby at (314) 895-1000 Fax: (314) 895-9814 6002 North Lindbergh St. Louis, MO 63042 Email: John J. Steuby CoMPAny

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