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be used in non-Somma broach holders as well. ANSI hex and square broaches are stocked for same day shipping.


Special “to print” sizes are available in 1-2 days. Somma Tool Co.


Ph: 203-753-2114 Web site: www.sommatool.com


High-Speed, Compact, Dual-Axis Rotary Table TRT70 dual-axis rotary table delivers high speed and accurate positioning for 3+2 and full five-axis machining of small, complex part, typical of those found in the medical, dental, and jewelry industries. At just 18.5” (470- mm) wide and 10” (254-mm) deep, the TRT70 easily fits into even the smallest machining centers, or can be mounted


Hirschmann’s Zero Point reference system. Depending on the pallet system used, it can be quickly clamped parallel to the machine table or at 45 and 90° indexes. Standard jaw widths of 65, 80, and 125 mm are available with reversible


This may look like a lot of Power Chucks...


But it’s just one Pratt Burnerd Quick Change Jaw Power Chuck that can do more...FASTER


on one end of a larger machine’s table. The TRT70 uses powerful brushless servomotors to provide 60 ft-lb (81.3 /tN PG UPSRVF PO UIF UJMU BYJT BOE GU MC


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indexing speeds of 410 deg/sec on the tilt axis and 620 deg/sec on the rotary axis ensure short cycle times. The unit provides ±120° of tilt and 360° of rotation to position parts to almost any angle for machining. Maximum platter


capacity is 3 lb (1.4 kg). Haas Automation Inc. Ph: 805-278-1800


Precision Self-Centering Vises Precision self-centering vises that quickly and accurately clamp differ- ent types of workpieces for five-sided machining can be mounted directly to machine tables or pallet systems like


✇ Quick Change Master Jaws... Allows Top Jaws to be changed in less than 1 minute ✇ Use Existing Top Jaws... No special top jaws or inserts required, available with 1.5mm x 60°, 1/6" x 90°, Acme, Square Serrations and Tongue & Groove


✇ Doubles as a Collet Chuck...Master jaw accepts American-style (warner swassey Type) collet pads


✇ Constant Grip Design... Maintains 90% jaw force at maximum speed compared to most other power chucks that maintain only 33% using standard top jaws


✇ Open Center or Closed Center...


✇ Counter-Centrifugal... Ideal for thin wall components, allows higher speed and feed without part distortion


✇ High Speed... Up to 6000 rpm’s


✇ SETRITE®Adjustment Feature... For special jobs, .005" adjustment in the chuck body allows you to true up jaws or collets pads to less than .0005"


✇ Extra large thru-hole models available... 8" chuck with 2.5" and 10" chuck with 3" thru hole


✇ Standard sizes available... 6.5", 8.25", 10", 12", 15", 18" 20" and 24" diameters, larger sizes available on request


Pratt Burnerd America


1919 N. Pitcher Street • Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007 Phone: 800-253-0820 • Fax: 269-384-3201 e-mail: info@prattburnerd.com • web site: www.prattburnerd.com


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