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Number: 279/69
Name: Chucks or sockets > Socket type > Radially reciprocating jaws > Moving-cam actuator > Threaded cam sleeve
Description: Devices in which a sleeve threaded to the body closes the jaws when it is rotated by reason of an inclined-surface engagement between jaws and sleeve.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8533930 Manual robotic tool changer having rapid coupling mechanism Sep. 17, 2013
8061718 Toolless bitholder for spiral saws Nov. 22, 2011
6626615 Chuck for chucking a small bit and table drill with the same Sep. 30, 2003
6168170 Chuck with jaw blade rotational stop Jan. 2, 2001
5913524 Chuck with gripping mechanism stop Jun. 22, 1999
5660088 Adjustable socket wrench with locking arm Aug. 26, 1997
5056178 Plumbing tool which has a novel chuck and method of joining the shaft to the case Oct. 15, 1991
4911040 Adjustable socket wrench Mar. 27, 1990
4366732 Adjustable socket wrench Jan. 4, 1983

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