BAR FEED COLLETS

The task of the bar feed collets are to transport the raw material from the bar loader into the machine. The material to be processed is clamped in the bar feed collets.
They are mounted on the rotating inserts, which are attached to the feed rod.
Depending on the manufacturer, the bar feed collets are connected to the rotating inserts via a cross pin, three set screws or an internal thread.
The inside clamping sleeves are used to feed drilled bar or tube material.
Our bar feed collets are used by well-known loading magazine manufacturers, such as Breuning, Cucchi, FMB, IEMCA, Index/Traub and LNS.

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SHK BAR FEED COLLETS

The SHK bar feed collets are mounted on the rotating inserts and secured with a cross pin.

SHK BAR FEED COLLETS

SHK CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

The SHK crown bar feed collets owe their name to the special shape of the crown and are especially developed for profile material.
This geometry simplifies the threading of the material and allows the full utilization of the channel, thus larger wrench sizes can be clamped.

SHK CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

TURBO BAR FEED COLLETS

The TURBO bar feed collets are mounted on the rotating inserts and fastened with three set screws.

TURBO BAR FEED COLLETS

TURBO CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

The TURBO crown bar feed collets owe their name to the special shape of the crown and are especially developed for profile material.
This geometry simplifies the threading of the material and allows the full utilization of the channel, thus larger wrench sizes can be clamped.

TURBO CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

IEMCA BAR FEED COLLETS

The IEMCA style bar feed collets are mounted and fixed on the rotating inserts through an internal thread.

IEMCA BAR FEED COLLETS

IEMCA CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

The IEMCA style crown bar feed collets owe their name to the special shape of the crown and are especially developed for profile material.
This geometry simplifies the threading of the material and allows the full utilization of the channel, thus larger wrench sizes can be clamped.

IEMCA CROWN BAR FEED COLLETS

CAV BAR FEED COLLETS

The CAV bar feed collets are mounted on the rotating inserts and secured with a cross pin.

CAV BAR FEED COLLETS

CUCCHI BAR FEED COLLETS

The Cucci bar feed collets are suitable for all Cucci loading magazines. The bar feed collets are mounted and fixed on the rotating inserts through an internal thread.

CUCCHI BAR FEED COLLETS

SHK INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVES

The SHK inside clamping sleeves are mounted on the rotating inserts and secured with a cross pin.

SHK INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVES

TURBO INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVES

The TURBO inside clamping sleeves are mounted on the rotating inserts and fastened with three set screws.

TURBO INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVES

INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVE INDEX MS

The Index MS inside clamping sleeves are mounted with the outer stops on the rotating inserts and secured with a cross pin. The outer stops must be adapted to the outer diameter of the bar material.

INSIDE CLAMPING SLEEVE INDEX MS

FEEDING COLLETS

The task of the feeding collets are to feed the raw material from the bar loader into the machine. The material to be processed is guided and clamped by the feeding collets.

FEEDING COLLETS

FEEDING COLLETS MULTI-SPINDLE

The task of the multi-spindle feeding collets are to feed the raw material from the bar loader into the machine. The material to be processed is guided and clamped by the feeding collets.

FEEDING COLLETS MULTI-SPINDLE

FRONT EJECTORS VKK

Front ejectors, also called VKK, are mounted like the bar feed collets, on the rotating inserts, which are fixed with the feed rod. The bar material can only be pushed over the front ejectors in the machine direction. Residual piece ejection takes place in the machine room. Depending on the manufacturer, the front ejectors are connected to the rotating inserts via a cross pin, three set screws or an internal thread.

FRONT EJECTORS VKK

FRONT EJECTORS SKK

Front ejectors, also called SKK, are mounted like the bar feed collets, on the rotating inserts, which are fixed with the feed rod.
The tube material can only be pushed over the front ejectors in the machine direction. Residual piece ejection takes place in the machine room.
Depending on the manufacturer, the front ejectors are connected to the rotating inserts via a cross pin, three set screws or an internal thread.

FRONT EJECTORS SKK