combination chuck

combination chuck

[‚käm·bə′nā·shən ¦chək]
(design engineering)
A chuck used in a lathe whose jaws either move independently or simultaneously.
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* Combination chucks; self-centering operation combined with independent jaw adjustment
Royal Machine and Tool Corp, Berlin, CT, provides Quad and Dual Vertical Combination chucks for holding up to 16 parts (QVC) or eight parts (DVC) on HMCs.