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Picture of V-Pulley Belt Section-335MM, Groove 10

V-Pulley Belt Section-335MM, Groove 10

V-belt pulleys, also known as vee belt sheaves, are mechanisms that transfer power between axles using a mechanical coupling with a trapezoidal cross section called a v-belt. Together, these components provide a slip- and misalignment-resistant high-speed power transmission solution.
₹ 23,909.00 ₹ 26,299.90
Picture of Impact Wrench-3/4 Inch Square Drive, Maximum Torque 1800NM, 40V

Impact Wrench-3/4 Inch Square Drive, Maximum Torque 1800NM, 40V

An impact wrench is a socket wrench power tool designed to produce high torque output with low user effort by storing energy in a rotating mass and then delivering it abruptly to the output shaft.
₹ 28,463.00 ₹ 31,309.30
Picture of Hydraulic Thruster Brake (36Kg) for 200 MM Brake Drum

Hydraulic Thruster Brake (36Kg) for 200 MM Brake Drum

Hydraulic Thruster Brake is a tool used to keep stationary moving machinery at a slower speed. By using a lever/rod system, the spring applies the braking force to the shoes.
₹ 11,196.00 ₹ 12,315.60
Picture of Hydraulic Coupler (Gun End)-1/8 BSP, 3 JAW

Hydraulic Coupler (Gun End)-1/8 BSP, 3 JAW

Hydraulic Coupler use used to connect and disconnect fluid lines quickly and easily. They give customers the opportunity to quickly attach and detach hydraulic lines from tools or add-ons.
₹ 854.00 ₹ 939.40
Picture of Insert for Face Milling Cutter-Dia 125MM with Lead Angle 45 Deg.

Insert for Face Milling Cutter-Dia 125MM with Lead Angle 45 Deg.

Cutting tools in milling machines include holders and milling inserts. To cut metals, etc., by rotating, cutting tooth (inserts or heads) are attached to a main unit (holder), which is then attached to a machine tool, such as a machining centre with a tool holder.
₹ 6,313.00 ₹ 6,944.30
Picture of Insert for Face Milling Cutter-Dia 80MM with Lead Angle 59 Deg.

Insert for Face Milling Cutter-Dia 80MM with Lead Angle 59 Deg.

Cutting tools in milling machines include holders and milling inserts. To cut metals, etc., by rotating, cutting tooth (inserts or heads) are attached to a main unit (holder), which is then attached to a machine tool, such as a machining centre with a tool holder.
₹ 6,300.00 ₹ 6,930.00
Picture of Insert for Extended Flute Milling Cutter-Dia 63MM, No. of Insert:20

Insert for Extended Flute Milling Cutter-Dia 63MM, No. of Insert:20

When removing a thick layer of material, extended-flute cutters are put under a great amount of strain, and their operation under such demanding cutting conditions is characterised by high cutting forces, significant power consumption, and significant heat generation.
₹ 6,186.00 ₹ 6,804.60
Picture of Insert for Shell Milling Cutter-Dia 80MM with Lead Angle True 90 Deg.

Insert for Shell Milling Cutter-Dia 80MM with Lead Angle True 90 Deg.

Cutting tools in milling machines include holders and milling inserts. To cut metals, etc., by rotating, cutting tooth (inserts or heads) are attached to a main unit (holder), which is then attached to a machine tool, such as a machining centre with a tool holder.
₹ 3,656.00 ₹ 4,021.60
Picture of Sintered Oilite Bronze Bearing

Sintered Oilite Bronze Bearing

Sintered bronze bearings are best suited for rotational applications due to their high permitted sliding velocities. Bearings made of sintered bronze are self-lubricating and require no upkeep.
₹ 31.00 ₹ 34.10
Picture of Sintered Copper Bush

Sintered Copper Bush

Sintered Copper Bush are best suited for rotational applications due to their high permitted sliding velocities. Bearings made of sintered bronze are self-lubricating and require no upkeep.
₹ 35.00 ₹ 38.50
Picture of Revolving Center (High Speed, Extended Point)-MT4

Revolving Center (High Speed, Extended Point)-MT4

Revolving centres, often referred to as rotating centres or running centres, are utilised at the non-driven or tail stock end of a machine so that the 60° centre runs in its own bearings. Greater clamping pressures and faster turning speeds are both made possible without the need for additional lubrication.
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Picture of Revolving Center (High Speed, Stub Point)-MT4

Revolving Center (High Speed, Stub Point)-MT4

Revolving centres, often referred to as rotating centres or running centres, are utilised at the non-driven or tail stock end of a machine so that the 60° centre runs in its own bearings. Greater clamping pressures and faster turning speeds are both made possible without the need for additional lubrication.
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Picture of Keyless Drill Chuck-1-13MM with MT-2

Keyless Drill Chuck-1-13MM with MT-2

A Keyless Drill Chuck allows you to replace the drill bits without having to use any special keys. The main advantage of this type of chuck is that it makes the process of replacing bits much faster. You can place the bit inside the chuck and then tighten the chuck around it by twisting.
₹ 7,188.00 ₹ 7,906.80
Picture of Revolving Center (Slow Speed Application)-MT4, 3 Bearing Design

Revolving Center (Slow Speed Application)-MT4, 3 Bearing Design

Revolving centres, often referred to as rotating centres or running centres, are utilised at the non-driven or tail stock end of a machine so that the 60° centre runs in its own bearings. Greater clamping pressures and faster turning speeds are both made possible without the need for additional lubrication.
₹ 2,699.00 ₹ 2,968.90
Picture of Revolving Center (Slow Speed Application)-MT4, 4 Bearing Design

Revolving Center (Slow Speed Application)-MT4, 4 Bearing Design

Revolving centres, often referred to as rotating centres or running centres, are utilised at the non-driven or tail stock end of a machine so that the 60° centre runs in its own bearings. Greater clamping pressures and faster turning speeds are both made possible without the need for additional lubrication.
₹ 4,030.00 ₹ 4,433.00
Picture of Revolving Center (Slow Speed Job Application)-MT6

Revolving Center (Slow Speed Job Application)-MT6

Revolving centres, often referred to as rotating centres or running centres, are utilised at the non-driven or tail stock end of a machine so that the 60° centre runs in its own bearings. Greater clamping pressures and faster turning speeds are both made possible without the need for additional lubrication.
₹ 64,004.00 ₹ 70,404.40
Picture of Collect Chuck Kit

Collect Chuck Kit

Collets are fastened to collet chucks with threaded fasteners called collet chuck nuts. They thread onto the mouth of the collet chuck and fit into a groove at the top of the collet. Collet nuts that are missing or damaged are replaced with these nuts.
₹ 13,687.00 ₹ 15,055.70
Picture of ER Collect

ER Collect

ER collets are highly accurate and have a wide clamping range. Despite being intended for holding tools, they also function admirably for holding work in small lathes. Any diameter that falls within the set's clamping range can be held using the entire set of ER collets.
₹ 762.00 ₹ 838.20
Picture of Bench Vice (Rear Jaw Sliding)-Jaw Width:3/75 MM, Jaw Opening:75 MM, Depth:30 MM

Bench Vice (Rear Jaw Sliding)-Jaw Width:3/75 MM, Jaw Opening:75 MM, Depth:30 MM

A vice is a mechanical screw apparatus used for holding or clamping a work piece to allow work to be performed on it with tools such as saws, planes, drills, mills, screwdrivers, sandpaper, etc. Vices usually have one fixed jaw and another, parallel, jaw which is moved towards or away from the fixed jaw by the screw.
₹ 3,080.00 ₹ 3,388.00
Picture of Drop Forged Bench Vice-Jaw Width:5/125 MM, Jaw Openig:160 MM, Depth:90 MM

Drop Forged Bench Vice-Jaw Width:5/125 MM, Jaw Openig:160 MM, Depth:90 MM

A vise or vice (British English) is a mechanical apparatus used to secure an object to allow work to be performed on it. Vises have two parallel jaws, one fixed and the other movable, threaded in and out by a screw and lever. A vise grip is not a vise but a pair of lever-actuated locking pliers.
₹ 8,580.00 ₹ 9,438.00