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RITEN Live Centers Dead Centers Face Drivers Linear Compensating Live Center Collets and Collet Chucks Spindle Repair Tailstock Repair and Remanufacturing Live Chuck Mandrels Dead Mandrels

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Live Centers

Browse our live center types:

 

C4T Live Centers

The C4T live center is commonly used in high-speed, high-volume, production applications where cycle times and part accuracies are crucial. The C4T live center is designed to handle the demands of high RPM turning while maintaining accuracy and finish.  The Inpro labyrinth seal provides superior protection while eliminating the weaknesses associated with traditional lip seals. View Catalog Page

C4T Live Center
 

CNC High RPM Sprint Live Centers

Designed specifically for CNC high rpm, high volume, shaft turning. Morse tapers available in stock with standard point, long point and tracer point configurations in steel. Carbide tips are available in standard point and tracer point configurations. View Catalog Page

CNC High RPM Sprint Live Centers
 

CNC Quick Point High RPM Live Centers

Designed specifically for CNC applications running a variety of parts. Morse tapers available in stock with interchangeable standard, tracer, bull nose and female points. View Catalog Page

CNC Quick Point High RPM Live Centers
 

CNC Heavy Duty Live Centers

Designed specifically for demanding CNC applications such as face driving. Morse tapers available in stock with standard point and tracer point configurations. View Catalog Page

CNC Heavy Duty Live Centers
 

"Advantage" Live Centers

Designed specifically for CNC applications involving a variety of parts. Morse tapers available in stock with standard point, tracer point and long point configurations. View Catalog Page

Advantage Live Centers
 

"Regal" Live Centers

Dual ball bearing live center designed to fit where space is at a premium and the "Advantage is too big and the "Econo" is too small. Preferred by machine tool builders. Available in Morse tapers with standard point and long point configurations. View Catalog Page

Regal Live Centers
 

"Econo" Live Centers

Low cost center for less demanding applications. Morse tapers available in stock with standard point and tracer point configurations. View Catalog Page

Econo Live Centers
 

Spring-loaded, "Concentric" Live Centers

Spring loaded low profile "Concentric" live centers. Available in stock in Morse, Jarno, Brown and Sharpe and straight shank tapers with standard point and replaceable point configurations. 
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Spring-loaded Concentric Live Centers
 

Spring-loaded, GPRTOPS Live Centers

Heavy duty spring loaded GPRTOPS live centers. Colored ring, pressure indicating system available in stock in Morse tapers. View Catalog Page

Spring-loaded Concentric Greber Live Centers
 

Heavy Duty Live Centers

Designed for demanding applications with parts weighing thousands of pounds. Morse and Jarno Tapers available in stock with standard point configurations. View Catalog Page

Heavy Duty Live Centers
 

Extra Heavy Duty Live Centers

Designed for demanding applications with parts weighing up to 22,000 pounds. Morse Tapers available in stock with standard point configurations. View Catalog Page

Extra Heavy Duty Live Centers
 

"Super Duty" Live Centers

Custom designed for demanding applications with parts weighing up to 60,000 pounds. Available in any taper with standard point or replaceable point configurations. View Catalog Page

Super Duty Live Centers
 

"Super Accurate" Standard and Medium Duty Live Centers

Designed specifically for precision grinding applications where millionths accuracy is required. Available in stock in Morse, Jarno, Brown and Sharpe and straight shank tapers with standard point configurations.View Catalog Page

Super Accurate Standard and Medium Duty Live Centers
 

Bull Nose Live Centers

Designed for large bore, heavy work pieces such as hydraulic cylinders, thick wall pipe and heavy rolls. Utilizes both ball and tapered roller bearings. Available in stock in Morse tapers. View Catalog Page

Bull Nose Live Centers
 

Pipe Nose Live Centers

Designed for thin wall pipe, tubing and other large bore, light weight work pieces. Available in stock in Morse Tapers. View Catalog Page

Pipe Nose Live Centers
 

Multi-Use Live Centers

Designed for both large and small diameter, light weight work pieces where one single live center is desired. Available in stock in Morse tapers. View Catalog Page

Multi-Use Live Centers
 

Spline Rolling Live Centers

Designed specifically for spline rolling applications. Available in stock in Morse tapers with standard point configurations. A variety of special points are also available in stock. View Catalog Page

Spline Rolling Live Centers
 

Light and X-Light Live Centers

Free turning, low profile live center designed for extremely small work pieces. Part weights from 2 ounces to 2 pounds for X-Light and 2 pounds to 10 pounds for Light live centers. Available in stock in Morse tapers with standard point configurations. View Catalog Page

Light and X-Light Live Centers
 

Dead Centers

Browse Our Selection of Dead Centers:

CNC Steel and Carbide Tip Dead Centers

CNC Steel and Carbide Tip Dead Centers 
CNC threaded dead centers suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse tapers with standard point and long point configurations in steel. Available in stock in Morse tapers with standard point and tracer point configurations in carbide tips. View Catalog Page

CNC Steel and Carbide Tip Dead Centers
 

Standard Steel and Carbide Tip Dead Centers

Riten standard dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse, Jarno, and Brown and Sharpe tapers. Point styles include full and half dead centers in both steel and carbide tip configurations. View Catalog Page

Standard Steel and Carbide Tip Dead Centers
 

"Imperial" Large Carbide Dead Centers

Imperial large carbide tip dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse, Jarno and Brown and Sharpe tapers. Point styles include full and half dead centers with extra large carbide tips. View Catalog Page

Imperial Large Carbide Dead Centers
 

Special Carbide Tip Dead Centers

Riten "Fast-Trak" special carbide tip dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse and Jarno tapers. Point styles include full and half dead centers in a variety of lengths with several carbide tip configurations. Eliminates the need for special dead centers. 
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Special Carbide Tip Dead Centers
 

Standard Steel Pipe Nose and Bull Nose Dead Centers

Riten standard steel pipe nose and bull nose dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse and Jarno tapers. View Catalog Page

Standard Steel Pipe Nose and Bull Nose Dead Centers
 

Carbide Bull Nose Dead Centers

Riten "Fast-Trak" special carbide tip bull nose dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse tapers. View Catalog Page

Special Carbide Bull Nose Dead Centers
 

Standard Long Series Dead Centers

Riten Long Series dead centers are suitable for all machining and grinding applications. Available in stock in Morse, Jarno, and Brown and Sharpe tapers in extended length full center point configurations.View Catalog Page

Standard Long Series Dead Centers
 

Mill Taper Dead Centers

Riten Mill Taper dead centers are suitable for all machining applications on Cin-Turn lathes. Available in stock in 35, 40 and 45 Mill tapers with a variety of point configurations. View Catalog Page

Mill Taper Dead Centers
 

Face Drivers

Introduction to Face Driving

Face Drivers

Ever increasing demands on the manufacturer to improve productivity and quality have led to the need for faster machining techniques. Face drivers, along with today's new high performance equipment, let you maximize your production capabilities for minimal expense.

With a Riten USA Face Driver, the entire workpiece is exposed for machining. Therefore, you are able to machine the entire length of the workpiece in one operation. The elimination of a setup in the production process results in increased accuracy and efficiency. Furthermore, the single axis reference point established by the center point of the face driver allows for a higher concentricity.

The Riten USA Face Driver Line consists of seven hydraulic designs and ten mechanical designs. There is a face driver available for your specific application.


How A Face Driver Works

Face Drivers

A face driver has two main components, the drive head and the mounting. The mounting locates the driver in the machine with either a morse taper shank mount directly into the machine taper; or a chuck mount chucked between special chuck jaws; or a flange mount bolted to a spindle adapter on the machine spindle. The illustration shows a morse taper shank. The drive head (also known as a carrier body) contains the compensating medium (hydraulic or mechanical); which allows the pins to adjust to variations in the locating face and the spring-loaded center point. Face driving is a simple two step clamping operation, centering followed by clamping. Under tailstock pressure, the workpiece engages the center point which locates the part and provides a consistent axis of rotation. As the tailstock continues to drive the workpiece against the center point, the axial pressure forces the spring-loaded center point back into the carrier body until the drive pins engage the face of the workpiece. Each pin individually compensates for any irregularities in the face until all of the pins are fully engaged. Under the increasing axial load, the drive pins penetrate the workpiece completing the clamping operation, while the center point maintains the axis of rotation.

The compensating medium (either hydraulic or mechanical) in the face driver assures equal penetration of the drive pins despite variations in the surface or in the squareness of the face. Therefore, surface imperfections or out of square saw cuts do not present a problem when face driving.


How to Select a Face Driver

Face Driver

1. Determine the finish diameter (F) of the workpiece at the driving face.

2. Choose the face driver series whose maximum driving diameter (G) is smaller than the finish diameter (F).

3.(G) should be .020 smaller than (F) to allow for clearance.

4.Check the maximum raw stock size (S). (S) should not be more than three times (G) for maximum gripping capabilities. If you require a larger maximum raw bar stock size, 

5. Determine the rotation of the headstock to determine drive pin direction. See diagram below:

Face Driver

6.Choose the drive pins that allow maximum driving diameter (G). Full width drive pins are the first choice for maximum gripping force.

However, offset, half offset drive pins are also available to meet a broad range of part diameters. See diagram below:

Face Driver

7. Choose the mounting styles (taper

Mount, flange and chuck mount) that are available for each Series of face drivers. If you choose a flange mount and plan to mount the driver directly to the spindle of the machine a spindle adapter will be required. See diagrams below:

Face Driver


Collet Chucks

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Introduction

Turning Center Live ToolingWe don't put our name on anything but the best.

High-volume turning requires tough, consistently accurate collets and collet chucks. What better name to trust than Riten, respected around the world for quality work holding products

Riten Collet Chucks are precision ground with guaranteed repeatability of .0002" TIR. Tolerances are held uniformly from the mounting to the working collet taper. Our products include both power and manual chucks with dead length or pull back operation. These chucks are ideal for first or second operation chucking.

Riten Collets are designed for improved accuracy and repeatability, superior gripping power, and extended service life. To achieve this, we load the collet with an induction coil at the base of the slots and heat the collet to a glowing red hot temperature. A spreader is inserted into the slots and pushed down on the collet face. After cooling for one to two minutes the spreader is removed and the collet cools completely. This process gives our collets a spring of .010” and drastically improves the life of the collet. Few other manufacturers go to this length to ensure a quality collet.

You'll also find Riten collets are easier to attach, because we mill off the thin top edge of the threads to prevent binding in the radius of the female thread.

Collet Chucks or 3-Jaw?

For accurate, high-volume turning of bar stock or other parts under 3-1/8" in diameter, your best bet is a collet chuck. Why?

  • Consistent centering. Collet chucks grip the workpiece around the entire circumference, with no slippage when the stock is regripped, and less risk of deformation to thin-walled workpieces.
  • Better tool clearance. Short or thin parts can be machined closer to the chuck face for better accuracy and less distortion.
  • Higher speeds. Compact, lightweight collet chucks have a greater tolerance for high centrifugal forces, hold their gripping force more consistently, and reduce the load on machine spindle bearings.
  • Longer life. In high-volume production, collet chucks have proven to have a consistently longer service life than 3-jaw chucks.

The Riten Selection

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Riten Collet Chucks are precision ground with guaranteed repeatability of .0002” TIR. Tolerances are held uniformly from the mounting to the working collet taper.

Riten offers three basic types of power collet chucks:

  • Pullback. Simple, one-piece design used on standard lathes.
  • Set Length. Used where precise pick-off is required. Little or no axial part movement.
  • Setrite®. Set length chuck with ultra-fine four-screw adjustment feature. The most accurate chuck in the metalworking industry.

Our set length series includes special short-profile models using the versatile Multibore collet, and three labor-saving quick change chucks with pre-loadable bayonet caps.

NOTE: All collet chucks require a drawtube adapter to fit specific machines.

Unique Manufacturing Process

Riten size-for-size collets (5C, 16C and R8) are designed for excellent accuracy and repeatability, superior gripping power, and extended service life. To achieve this, we load the collet with a coil at the base of the slots, heat the collet to a glowing red, insert the spreader into the slots, and push down on the collet face. After cooling for one to two minutes, the spreader is removed and the collet cools completely. This process gives our collets a spring of .010” and drastically improves the life of the collet. Few other manufacturers go to this length to ensure a quality collet.

You’ll also find Riten collets are easier to attach, because we mill off the thin top edge of the threads to prevent binding in the radius of the female thread.

Special Models

Multibore ColletFor bar work, the Multibore collet gives you great flexibility. Just 12 collets provide every size for 1/8” to 3-1/8”. Multibores are segmented to close parallel for uniform gripping on undersize or oversize bars, with no marring of the finished parts.

 

 

 

B Type Spring ColletsFor second operation, the B Type Spring Collets are ideally suited for short gripping with both Multibore and Quick Change power chucks.

 

 

 

 


Spindle Repair

Spindle Repair - Before and After

Riten Industries, Inc. repairs Red Head Spindles, other pulley type spindles and motorized ID grinding spindles.  Accuracies of rebuilt spindles are guaranteed to meet or exceed the manufacturer's original specifications.

This service includes disassembly and detailed inspection prior to customer notification of cost and turn around.  The repair includes the replacement and/or refurbishing of all worn parts (including the in-house fabrication of obsolete or unavailable components).  All units are run in and tested for vibration, temperature and accuracy.

Rebuilt spindles carry a one year limited factory warranty.

 

Live Chuck Mandrels and Bull Ring Mandrels

Not your ordinary center? We manufacture hard to find work holding tools like live chuck mandrels, live bull ring mandrels, dead bull ring mandrels and completely custom tools engineered to your specifications.  

Live Chuck Mandrels

Does your roll have damaged center holes?  Use a Riten Live Chuck mandrel to chuck the bearing journals of your part instead. . . more about Live Chuck Mandrels

Live Bull Ring Mandrels

Do you need to center large diameter parts?  Consider our Live Bull Ring Mandrels and interchangeable rings. . . more about Live Bull Ring Mandrels

Dead Bull Ring Mandrels

Coming Soon!  4 Morse Taper, 5 Morse Taper and 6 Morse Taper dead center mandrels with interchangeable bell heads.

 

Live Chuck Mandrels

Does your roll have damaged center holes? Use a Riten Live Chuck Mandrel to chuck the bearing journals of your part instead. We manufacture a variety of custom mandrels to fit any application. We can mount either an existing chuck or a new chuck on the taper of your choice. Call 800-338-0027 to speak to product engineer or fax your requirements to 800-338-0717.

  • High Precision
  • Designed for Maximum Rigidity
  • Compatible with all Flat Back Chucks 6" to 48"
  • Load Capabilities to 100,000 Pounds
  • Long Bearing Life
  • Chuck Selection by Riten or the Customer

Live Chuck Mandrel

Bull Ring Mandrels

Do you need to center large diameter parts? Consider our Bull Ring Mandrels and interchangeable rings. One live center that is flexible enough to accommodate a variety of parts. We manufacture a variety of custom mandrels and rings to fit any application. Call 800-338-0027 to speak to product engineer or fax your requirements to 800-338-0717.

  • Extra Heavy Duty Bearing Assemblies
  • Available in All Tapers
  • Reduces Tooling Costs, Increased Flexibility
  • Rings from 5 to 60 Inches in Diameter
  • Long Bearing Life
  • Ring Accuracy Assembled Guaranteed to .0004" TIR

Bull Ring Mandrel

 

 

 



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