Royal CNC Collet Chucks provide a simple, low-cost method for utilizing collets on all CNC lathes and turning centers.
For many years, CNC collet chucks that used spring-style collets (5C, 3J, S-26, etc.) were the industry standard.
However, that has now changed with the introduction of the Royal Quick-Grip CNC Collet Chuck.
While we still offer the older-style spring-collet chucks in our Low-Profile line, the Royal Quick-Grip offers several significant beneifts that give them a clear advantage. These include:
Ten-second collet changes that drastically reduce setup times
Ultra-precision accuracy of 0.0002" TIR of better - no time wasted boring to size
Parallel-grip collets that ensure superior accuracy and grip force by maintaining full-length workpiece contact
Full 1/16" industry-leading gripping range to easily handle undersized and ovesized bar stock - more than 12x that of a spring collet
Extremely compact dimensions - overall lengths are the shortest in the industry for maximum z-azis turning capacity
Royal's exclusive Bolt & Go Mounting Advantage completely eliminates the need to hassle with jack screws trying to cancel runout
All Royal CNC Collet Chucks are proudly made in USA and have been approved for use by all major machine tool builders. Each Royal collet chuck includes a custom-machined drawtube connector for hassle-free installation, and employs our exclusive Bolt & Go Mounting Advantage.
In an effort to provide our customers with the best possible service, Royal Products keeps an inventory of roughly 750 chucks and over 100 distinct drawtube connectors on hand at any given time. This commitment to inventory assures that virtually all Royal CNC Collet Chuck orders ship within 24-hours. In fact, the majority of our chucks ship the same day they are ordered!
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