TEC Chuck Jaws

The Right Jaws For The Job.

At Thame Workholding we have developed our standard jaw programme around you, our customers – your requests, applications, problems, productivity, precision, costs and quality. Over the years you have helped us develop this range of Chuck Jaws into what it is today.

Our standard range of chuck jaws offers solutions to all sorts of workholding situations. Our range is manufactured using high-quality machine tools to international quality standards, including ISO 9001. We offer a catalogue of products to improve your turning production, efficiency, and profitability.

We hold thousands of Chuck Jaws in stock and available for next-day delivery, including the following ranges:

Soft Jaws – the backbone of our product ranges with over 600 sizes and styles. Standard, Pointed, High, Wide, Steel or Aluminium to suit chucks from all over the world andfor every application the right jaws for the job.

Diamond and Segment Jaws – Developed to spread the clamping pressure around the circumference of the workpiece lowering distortion – Steel or High Tensile Aluminium.

Quick Change Jaws – a great system to convert a standard power chuck into a quick jaw change chuck.

Hard Reversible Jaws – replacement standard hard jaws to suit most chucks with serrations or slot/tenon

Base Jaws – either double or single step types with gripping teeth to cover a large range of diameters.

Adjustagrips – Designed to provide maximum grip during 1st. operation work – these jaws allow increased feed rates, depth of cut – ideal for rough castings and raw stock.

InoGrip®, InoZet® and InoTop® – Unique patented jaw systems for clamping distortion-sensitive work pieces giving secure grip performance and vastly improved out-of-roundness results.

Indexahex System – A two-piece top jaw system for manual chucks. Offers up to six alternative gripping faces with wrap-around capability and quick changeover from one position to another.

Multi-Point Rocker Jaws – Designed to overcome two problems associated with thin-walled components, like rings. Firstly, they give six points of grip equally spaced – this reduces tri-lobing. Secondly, the rocking mechanism compensates for any out-of-roundness – a common problem with castings and forgings.

Special Service – Whilst our standard solutions cover a large proportion of your needs we also have over 50 years of designing and manufacturing special jaws to suit individual applications. Every year we produce hundreds of sets of problem-solving jaw solutions to help our customers increase their productivity.

Technical Service – Our sales office and technical engineers are on hand to offer advice and assistance with all technical aspects to make sure you have the right jaws for the job

You can purchase our range of jaws on our online store or by contacting our team on 01844 208 050