- Clamping Jaws
How a Diaphragm Works!
Air is introduced through the spindle and adapter plate by means of a ¼" pipe. When air pressure is applied, the piston moves forward about .030" and the movement is transmitted to the diaphragm by a push sleeve. As the diaphragm is flexed, the jaws open and the workpiece is loaded. To chuck, the air is turned OFF, and the jaws move toward the relaxed position until jaw contacts the part. Part is located on center. Consistent concentricity is controlled to a maximum runout of 1/3 of the part tolerance.
|No. of Jaws||3||3||4||4||3||6||6||6||6||6|
|Movement Per Jaw||[mm]||0.23||0.23||0.23||0.23||0.23||0.25||0.25||0.36||0.41|
|Part Range||[mm]||9.5 - 76.2||9.5 - 76.2||12.7 - 101.6||12.7 - 101.6||12.7 - 101.6||54.0 - 139.7||50.8 - 177.8||50.8 - 177.8||88.9 - 254.0||127.0 - 355.6|
|Max. Clamping Pressure||Single||1050||1050||1800||1800||1800||2400||3800||3800||6800||12300|
|Max. Clamping Pressure||Double||2100||2100||3600||3600||3600||4800||7600||7600||13600||24600|
|Weight (with jaws)||[Kg]||6.83||7.26||10.43||11.34||10.88||17.24||23.13||24.50||43.54||89.81|