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GMT offers workholding solutions to meet your machining requirement. GMT makes custom built chucking system for special applications. These specially designed Power Operated Chucks have gained the trust of GMT customers due to GMT’s high technical standards. With modern manufacturing facilities, GMT is able to meet & deliver special workholding for special applications.
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This chuck is designed for pin milling of crank shaft journal Typical arrangement of this chuck in crankshaft journal milling machine

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Collect Chuck suitable for machining components like round, square and hexagon with finished gripping areas at high speed. It is used in CNC lathes and is interchangeable with GMT power chucks.

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GMT Grip Down (Pull Down) Chuck is ideal for finishing operations. The radial and pull-back function of the chuck ensures positive resting of the component after clamping. #guindymachinetools

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This is one of the biggest chuck manufactured by GMT, it has a diameter of 2000 mm.

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Power Operated Eccentric Compensating Chuck with three / two retractable jaw chuck permits shafts, bars, forgings to be machined full length in one set up, centre to centre. In the first operation the component is gripped on the jaws. In the finishing operation the jaws are retracted and the component is driven by the face driver and OD is machined.

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Guindy Machine Tools Ltd: Finding it difficult to machine hard to hold, non-cylindrical components?

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Power Operated Hollow High Speed Quick Change Jaw Chuck is designed to reduce the change over time of jaws for different components and is suitable for machining small and medium sized batches.

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This chuck is used to hold the component in the friction welding process. Friction welding (FRW) is a solid-state welding process that generates heat through mechanical friction between workpieces in relative motion to one another, with the addition of a lateral force called "upset" to plastically displace and fuse the materials. Technically, because no melt occurs, friction welding is not actually a welding process in the traditional sense, but a forging technique.

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GMT Twist Finger Chuck is ideal for clamping the component on face with centralized location, where clamping on OD/ID facilities are not possible.

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