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LZK / LZK-S

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Functions & area of use

  • Collet chuck
  • Replaceable collet chuck with clamping lamellas
  • With retraction: LZK
  • Axially stationary: LZK-S
  • Actuation by power-operated clamping cylinder
  • Mainly for rotating processing

 

Benefits

  • Precise collet chuck
  • Parallel clamping across the entire stroke
  • Large stroke per collet chuck
  • Stable robust chuck
  • High turning speeds
  • Suitable for thin-walled rings (number of clamping lamellas)
  • Crossing clampings are possible

 

Additional information

SwissChuck_LZK_S_EN  [PDF, 883 KB]

 

Examples of applications

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Collet chuck with clamping lamellas

Description

MULTI-BLADE COLLET CHUCKS LZK/LZK-S

 Uncompromising clamping Geometry

 SwissChuck multi-blade clamping systems feature an optimum clamping geometry throughout the entire clamping range, maintaining a consistent radial precision of better than 0.01mm. In operation, these high precision chucks ensure maximum production quality.

 Highlights LZK

•Workpiece diameters up to 200 mm can be accommodated

• Clamping of thin walled workpieces without deformation

• Bar material capability due to large thru-hole

• High rotational speeds possible with low centrifugal losses

• Resistant to ingress of chips, etc.

 

Unique SwissChuck advantages:

The ability to accommodate larger clamping ranges with one clamping system. For example, the LZK-U range, while retaining the 0.01mm precision, can handle a considerably extended clamping range of 9 mm. This brings considerable advantages over all conventional jaw clamping systems. In addition to a more streamlined inventory, machines can be re-set more quickly, cost effectively adding flexibility to production.

Highlights LZK-S Axial Fix

• Clamping of workpieces up to 164mm diameter

• Clamping of thin walled workpieces without deformation

• Bar material capability due to large thru-hole

• High rotational speed possible with low centrifugal losses

• Resistant to ingress of chips, etc.