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With over 130 years of machining experience, you can order from Hardinge with confidence knowing that other manufacturers simply cannot compare to our unmatched Swiss workholding solutions, offering the fastest delivery in the industry.
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Why buy Swiss Workholding?
Hardinge® Swiss-type Collets are ground to precise size and TIR to meet precision machining requirements with a standard accuracy that rivals the industry! Every collet and guide bushing is inspected on a Hardinge Super-Precision (.000015″ TIR) headstock before reaching the stockroom. Hardinge manufactures to Swiss quality, in the USA, for all brands of Swiss-style machines and cam-operated lathes. Hardinge round Swiss Guide Bushings are carbide-lined to keep the stock clean and unmarked. Hardinge manufactures bar feed collets for FMB, IMECA, LNS, and Robobar bar feeders. Collets are available for other brands on request. Hardinge offers a complete line of tool holders, tap holders, toolholder collets, tap collets, and bushings that can be used on Swiss-type lathes. You’ll find reliable and economical solutions for back-end, sub-spindle, and end-working slides.
Why Choose Hardinge Swiss Workholding Solutions When High Precision and Accuracy Matter Most
High precision parts, often constructed from advanced materials, are used in some of today’s most demanding industrial applications. The medical, aerospace, and automotive sectors depend on complex parts machined with near-perfect tolerances. Many of these components are tiny with intricate designs; part sizes usually range from 0.020-1.25”, averaging 0.75”.
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