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Dillon Manufacturing has introduced brass pie jaws for delicate workpieces. 

The full grip jaws reduce marring and distortion by distributing pressure across the maximized contact area, providing a solid gripping surface that yields more friction for drive. The brass provides a softer surface which also reduces marring and marking of the workpiece surface. 

Standard parts are available to 32 inches in diameter, with custom designs available with special heights, diameters, and configurations, including a matching serration location which is exactly perpendicular to the slots.

The jaws are ideal for components fabricated from brass, aluminum, bronze, and other softer, malleable alloys. They are designed for high-speed machining as well as precision boring, tapping, drilling, and finishing across industrial markets. In addition to brass, the jaws are also available in 6061 aluminum, 1018 steel and cast iron.

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