CNC Lathe Chuck Jaws

Table of contents:

[1] What is CNC?
[2] How to Make CNC Program?
[3] Make Your First CNC Program
[4] G Code Introduction
[5] Modal G-Code- Learn G Code Programming
[6] One Shot G-Codes- Learn G Code Programming
[7] Mill/Lathe G/M-Codes- Learn G Code Programming
[8] Popular CNC G-Code Lists- Learn G Code Programming
[9] Din 66025 Programming- Learn G Code Programming
[10] M Code Introduction
[11] CNC Program Block
[12] Why to use Canned Cycles?
[13] Subprograms Basics
[14] CNC Machine Modes
[15] Speed and Feed Override
[16] Block Delete
[17] Dry Run
[18] Reference Point Return
[19] CNC Operating Modes
[20] CNC Reference Point Return
Today we will talk about cnc lathe machine jaws. You might read this post as an introductory article about cnc machine jaws. CNC machine jaws are used on a cnc lathe machine to grip the component in cnc lathe machine chuck.
So the sole purpose of the cnc machine jaws is to grip the component in the cnc lathe machine chuck. Therefore almost all the cnc lathe machine jaws have almost same blueprint or you might say that normally all the cnc lathe machine jaws have the same shape and look.

CNC Machine Jaws introduction for cnc machinist

Jaws Selection a CNC Setter Job

Whenever a new component comes into workshop, CNC Setter have to select the jaws to grip that component.
Sometimes cnc setter have those jaws (same cnc machine jaws can be re-used for component grip),
but in some situations the component has a shape that is difficult to grip, so cnc setter have to tinker the cnc machine jaws,
sometimes cnc setter have to weld some extra pieces with the standard shape jaws,
and other times cnc setter have to machine the cnc machine jaws itself to make jaws to properly grip the required component.

CNC Machine Jaws Properties

Normally cnc machine jaws has following properties

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