chucking machine

chucking machine

[′chək·iŋ mə′shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A lathe or grinder in which the outsize workpiece is grasped in a chuck or jawed device.
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My first Mazak was a chucking machine, then as I added equipment and customers, I ran bar feeders," Parker explains.
The Econoquik model 42-170 CNC 1 5/8" bar and chucking machine utilizes a 3-axis (X,Y & Z) tool platen design that fits ten tools in a small area to minimize tool-to-tool travel distance.
The Econoquik 42-170 CNC 1 5/8" bar and chucking machine has a 3-axis tool platen that fits ten tools in a compact space, minimizing tool-to-tool travel distance and enhancing productivity.
The Econoquik model 42-170 CNC 1 5/8" bar and chucking machine utilizes a 3-axis (X, Y, Z) tool platen design that fits ten tools in a small area to minimize tool-to-tool travel distance along with the incorporation of the third axis resulting in fast and productive operations.
bar and chucking machine with three axes and up to ten gang tools with German collet nose and Mitsubishi servos.
Cone-Blanchard is best known as the manufacturer of the Conomatic Multiple Spindle Bar and Chucking Machine and the Blanchard Vertical Spindle Rotary Table Surface Grinder.
Goss, which developed the original chucking machine, today is a manufacturer of high precision metalcutting machines.
Single-point threading for internal and external threads can thread workpieces up the capacity of the lathe diameter of stock handled, whether bar or chucking machine.
To illustrate, he pointed to Index's V300 vertical chucking machine that features an inverted vertical moving spindle with stationary cutting tools underneath tthe spindle.
The SQT machine may be used as a CNC barfeed automatic or an auto load/unload shaft-turning or chucking machine.
The specific product segments analyzed are Boring & Dowelling Machinery, Mortising, Tenoning & Chucking Machines, Lathes & Molding Machinery, Planing Machines, Routing Machines, Sawing Machines, Sanding Machines, Gluing, Laminating & Assembling Machines, Logging & Sawmilling Machine, Tooling Machinery, Pallet Production Machinery, Multifunctional Machinery, Miscellaneous Machinery, Parts, and Attachments & Accessories.
As for specific product lines, the company says it has opted to focus on four segments--NC lathes for both medium- and small-diameter bars, and automatic chucking machines, again for both medium- and small-sized work.