COLLETS

Collets are used in manuel and CNC lathes for workpiece clamping. They are installed directly in the spindle or in the collet chuck.
Our collets are used by well-known machine manufacturers, such as CITIZEN, DMG MORI, GILDEMEISTER, HANWHA, INDEX/TRAUB, MAIER, STAR, SCHÜTTE, TORNOS und TSUGAMI.

DEAD LENGTH COLLETS

Dead length collets are used in the main and sub spindle. The collets can be installed in various types of machines, such as turning machines, sliding headstock automatic lathes, multi-spindle machines, conventional lathes, cam-controlled lathes and in special purpose machine constructions.
The collet is clamped via the pressure sleeve, which presses the collet in axial direction against the union nut.

LONG NOSE COLLETS

Long nose collets are used in the sub spindle for gripping the workpiece. To prevent the long nose collets from breaking during short clamping, they are supplied with a reinforced spring area.

Vorbauspannzangen Glatt E145 VBV M22x1 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
Übergreif-Spannzangen E145 F25 TF25 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge

OVERGRIP COLLETS

The overgrip collets are often used in production when the diameter to be clamped is smaller than the diameter to be overgripped. The maximum diameter difference to be overgripped should not be larger than 2.5mm. The decisive factors here are the stroke, the clamping length and the machine type which must be individually adapted to the workpiece.

HYDROMAT COLLETS

Hydromat collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in rotary transfer machines such as Eubama, Hydromat and Pfiffner (FFG). Hydromat collets are available with threaded or quick change version. They can also be supplied with a saw burr cut in the clamping area. Suitable for the Hydromat collets, hydromat reducing sleeves, ejector bar, ejector sleeves and stop heads can be manufactured.

Hydromatspannzangen L-Schlitz SHB32/45 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
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DRAW-IN COLLETS

Draw-in collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in all common grinding machines, dividing heads and manuel turning machines.
Clamping is performed by retracting the draw-in collet into the collet sleeve.

DRAW-IN COLLETS SW&B

Draw-in collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in all common grinding machines, dividing heads and manuel turning machines.
Clamping is performed by retracting the draw-in collet into the collet sleeve.

Zugspannzangen SW&B Glatt Standard SW25 80-5 E364 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
Vorbauspannzange SW&B HM-Einsatz SW25 E364 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge

DRAW-IN LONG NOSE COLLETS SW&B

Draw-in long nose collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in all common grinding machines, dividing heads and manuel turning machines. The long nose provides better accessibility to the workpiece.
Clamping is performed by retracting the draw-in collet into the collet sleeve.

MULTI-SPINDLE COLLETS

Multi-Spindle collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in all common multi-spindle machines.

Gegenspindel Mehrspindlerspannzangen Glatt ETPU 9012 ETPU 9039 G90699 H-G - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
TORNOS Mehrspindlerspannzangen Glatt TW20 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge

TORNOS MULTI-SPINDLE COLLETS

Tornos Multi-Spindle collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in all common multi-spindle machines.

PICK UP COLLETS

Pick up collets are available for all common automatic lathes.

Greiferzangen Glatt G721 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
Synchronspannzangen 1444E Glatt - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge

SYNCHRONOUS COLLETS

Synchronous collets are available especially for the Index/Traub automatic lathes.

DOUBLE CONE MULTI-SPINDLE COLLETS

Double cone multi-spindle collets are used for workpiece clamping as well as in the main spindle of Tornos multi-spindle machines.

Doppelkonus Mehrspindlerspannzangen Glatt E8732 E8810 - © Schlenker Spannwerkzeuge
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COLLET ALIGNMENT PINS

The high-precision alignment pins are particularly suitable for checking the axial or radial offset of machine axes or the offset of the main spindle to the sub spindle of the machine geometry.
Furthermore, alignment pins are used for checking the run-out and tumbling on main or sub spindle.