INDEPENDENT 4 JAW CHUCKS

1 X USED 150MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS – R2070

SKU – 1504JC

1 X USED 150MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAW AND THREADED BACK – R2070

SKU – 1504JCTHR

5 X NEW 200MM PRATT BURNERD 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS AND D1-3 BACKPLATE – R5290

SKU – 200PB4JC

2 X USED 200MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS – R4485

SKU – 2004JC

1 X USED 225MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS – R5175

1 X USED 300MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS AND THREADED BACK – R4600

SKU – 3004JC

1 X USED 400MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS – R8050

SKU – 4004JC

1 X USED 400MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS AND D1-8 DIRECT MOUNT – R8050

SKU – 4004JCD1-8

1 X USED 500MM 4 JAW CHUCK WITH REVERSIBLE JAWS AND D1 -11 DIRECT MOUNT – R16 100

 

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ABOUT 4 JAW CHUCKS

A four-jaw chuck is a type of chuck you use in machining operations to hold and rotate workpieces on a lathe or similar machine tool. Unlike the three-jaw chuck, which has three jaws, the four-jaw chuck has four independently adjustable jaws. Each jaw moves independently of the others, allowing for more precise centering and gripping of irregular shapes or non-symmetric workpieces.

The main advantage of a four-jaw chuck is its versatility in holding a wide range of workpiece shapes and sizes. By adjusting the position of each jaw individually, machinists can securely grip workpieces that may not fit well in a standard three-jaw chuck. This flexibility makes four-jaw chucks ideal for machining tasks that require precise alignment or where the workpiece is not perfectly round.

However, using a four-jaw chuck typically requires more time and skill to set up compared to a three-jaw chuck, as each jaw must be adjusted separately to center the workpiece accurately.