KURT HD690 6" Jaw Width, 9" Jaw Opening Milling Machine Vise

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61-421-172
  • Brand: KURT
  • Model #: HD690
  • Jaw Width: 6"
  • Jaw Opening: 9"
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Brand KURT
Model # HD690
Jaw Width 6"
Jaw Depth 1.735"
Jaw Opening 9"
Style Plain Base
Type Precision Machine
Length 18.32"
Vise Height 4.61"
Overall Height 4.61"
Approximate Weight 75 lbs.
Base Height 3.125"
Base Length 16.81"
Base Width 7.33"
Bed Height 3.125"
Clamping Force up to 5,250 lbs.
Height 4.61"
Height From Top of Bed To Top of Jaws 1.735"
Jaw Height 1.735"
Jaw Thickness 0.725"
Length From Center of Keyway To End of Fixed Jaw 5.812"
Length From End of Bed To End of Lead Screw 1.51"
Maximum Jaw Opening 9.062"
Maximum Opening 9.062"
Opening of Clamping Slot 0.66"
Overall Length 18.32"
Prop. 65 Yes
Weight 75 lbs.
Width 7.33"
Country of Origin UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Prop 65 Warning

Many metalworking products do contain metals that are included in the latest Prop 65 warning. Exposure to the elements can be harmful. May cause cancer and reproductive harm.

Details
Kurt HD690 Precision Machine Vise with Wide 9-inch Jaw Opening for Enhanced Performance. Kurt HD690 vise is the first-ever 6-inch pull-type machining vise that comes with a wide 9-inch opening between its jaws. The pull design enhances clamping accuracy on a large scale. The stationary jaw of the vise is wider and more stable, and its angle-lock design makes 80 percent less jaw deflection. It comes with four bolts, bolting from the top, to minimize the stress on the vise body so that the vise stays flat. The quick-change movable jaws efficiently assist the vise in holding odd-shaped workpieces. Kurt crafts the HD690-model precision machine vise with a narrower body. The small body width helps you mount more vises on the same work envelope if needed. Also, its taller body results in reduced deflection while clamping loads. The vise is designed such that each pound of clamping force exerts a half-pound of downward force. The plain-base vise provides you with a clamping force of up to 5,250 lbs., and you can directly mount this vise on 40mm, 50mm, and 2-inch standard-grid plates without any further modification. Also, this milling vise comes with a Groove Lock work stop and jaws. The Kurt HD690 precision machine vise uses sine keys, enabling easy alignment. Moreover, for additional flexibility, you can separately purchase the #D50-4-SA swivel base. You can employ this milling vise in various machining tasks, including hydraulic machining applications, and besides, you need not remove the vise body from the work table to clean it. Therefore, the use and maintenance of the vise are easy and less time-consuming.

Benefits

  • Kurt HD690 vise uses a pull design, enhancing the clamping accuracy.
  • The stationary jaw of the vise is wider and more stable, and it comes with an angle-lock design, making less jaw deflection.
  • The quick-change movable jaws help hold odd-shaped workpieces.
  • The narrow body width helps you mount more vises on the same work envelope.
  • The taller body design reduces deflection when you clamp loads, and using sine keys enables easy alignment.

Applications

  • You can directly mount this Kurt HD690 vise on 40mm, 50mm, and 2-inch standard-grid plates without further modification.
  • You can employ this plain-base vise in various machining applications, including hydraulic machining jobs.
  • To clean the precision machine vise, you do not have to remove the vise body from the work table.
  • The use and maintenance of the vise are easy and less time-consuming.
  • For obtaining additional flexibility, you can separately purchase the #D50-4-SA swivel base.

Features

  • The HD690 vise is a 6-inch pull-type machining vise, offering a wide 9-inch opening between its jaws.
  • Kurt crafts this plain-base vise with a narrower and taller body.
  • It comes with four bolts that efficiently minimize the stress on the vise body, and the vise stays flat.
  • The precision machine vise provides you with a clamping force of up to 5,250 lbs.
  • With this vise, each pound of clamping force exerts a half-pound of downward force.

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