dillon top jawsClick image to enlargeSpecial top jaws from Dillon Manufacturing are available in configurations to grip a components ID, OD or a combination of both, to suit any workholding application.

They can be manufactured from copper, brass, delrin, tool Steel, 1018, 1045, 4140, 8620, A-2, 6061 aluminum, and stainless steel, and are available in soft or hard jaws, or full grip jaws for virtually any chuck manufacturer. 

Dillon standard and custom chuck jaws and collet pads and jaws are ideal for high speed machining, as well as precision boring, tapping, drilling and finishing across virtually all industrial markets.

Dillon custom, special, or modified hard, soft or full grip top jaws are manufactured with industry-best turnaround time, which saves time and money by reducing down-time.

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