Ino Flex Concentric Compensating Power Chuck

 

HWR has responded to the development of modern machine tools and developed the flexible InoFlex® chuck. InoFlex® permits compensating concentric clamping of round, rectangular and also geometrically irregular parts.

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HWR has reacted to this development and produced the first universal clamping tool for clamping round, rectangular and also geometrically irregular parts. With the patent application dated January 2013 for the concentric and compensating 4-jaw chuck InoFlex, HWR is launching a clamping tool to perform this task in a range of Ø 160-1200 mm. No other clamping tool on the market can do this!

• For concentric and compensating clamping
• For clamping round, cubic and geometrically irregular parts
• Suitable for deformationsensitive workpieces
• Can be used on turning and milling machines
• Available as manual clamping
• Ø 160-1200 mm

In the range of 160-1200 mm Ø, InoFlex® combines the advantages and functions of the 2-, 3- and 4-jaw chuck and vice, and avoids disadvantages such as overdetermination through its patented compensation feature.

InoFlex offers you the following advantages:

4 jaws for comoensating clamping

• For concentric and compensating clamping

• For clamping of round, cubic and geometrically irregular parts

• Suitable for deformation-sensitive workpieces

Low-cost allrounder

• Can be used on all modern machine tools

• Available as manual chuck Ø 160-1200 mm

• Available as power chuck Ø 210-1000 mm

• No expensive special clamping solutions needed

High repeat and roundness accuracy

• Precise production results confirmed in parctice

In a conventional chuck, all drive parts move in the same direction around the centre (e.g. wedge bar, wedge hook, scroll chuck) either towards or away from the centre.

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The drive of the InoFlex® 4-jaw chuck (concentric compensation) moves towards or apart on two parallel axes. Compensation is provided by connecting the diametrically arranged slides with levers or a sliding gate-type gear.