Axminster SK100 Gripper Jaws Type H

Code: 410170

  • Potential gripping range: Internal 51mm to 67mm
  • Potential gripping range: External 64mm to 82mm
  • Recommended for SK100 and SK114 chucks
  • Drawing dimensions taken when jaws form true circle
  • Provides excellent work holding for large diameter pieces
  • Serrated gripping surfaces for extra secure hold
  • Made exclusively by Axminster in Axminster
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£39.95 (£33.29 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster SK100 Gripper Jaws Type H
  • Axminster SK100 Gripper Jaws Type BF
  • Jaw Fixing Screws
  • Axminster Clubman Chuck SK100 - 1" x 8tpi (ref T04M)
Total: £207.60
Description

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Similar to the Type G, these jaws provide excellent work holding especially for large diameter pieces. The main gripping surfaces are serrated on the internal and external walls and also on the central spigot grip. Suitable for 100mm and 114mm chucks.

N.B. The finish may be either silver or black due to changes in legislation regarding passive zinc plating.

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This product is on page 266 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2018/19 Catalogue.
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Model H
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