Quality control is a crucial aspect of manufacturing and production, ensuring that products meet certain standards and specifications.
Our Shop Accessories section includes common products that you will find in just about every machine shop or inspection lab, including the following...
- V-Blocks: V-blocks are precision tools used for holding and measuring cylindrical or round workpieces. They are typically made of hardened steel and have two V-shaped grooves that form a cradle for the workpiece to rest in. V-blocks are commonly used in machining, toolmaking, and inspection applications to support and hold round workpieces during operations such as grinding, drilling, or milling.
- Keyless Chucks: Keyless chucks are quick-release chucks used for holding drill bits, taps, or other cutting tools in a drill or milling machine. They are designed to allow the user to tighten or loosen the chuck without the need for a separate chuck key. Keyless chucks are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, and other machining applications where frequent tool changes are required.
- Needle Files: Needle files are small, precision hand tools used for shaping and smoothing metal, plastic, or other materials. They are typically made of hardened steel and have a series of small, fine teeth along their surfaces that are used to remove material from the workpiece. Needle files are commonly used in jewelry making, metalworking, and other precision crafting applications.
- Screwdriver Sets: Screwdriver sets are collections of screwdrivers of various sizes and types, typically including both flat-head and Phillips-head screwdrivers. They are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, and other mechanical applications to tighten or loosen screws or other fasteners. Screwdriver sets may also include specialized screwdrivers for specific tasks, such as precision screwdrivers for electronics work.
Overall, Shop Accessories such as V-blocks, keyless chucks, needle files, and screwdriver sets are essential tools for a wide range of mechanical, machining, and crafting applications. They are designed to help users perform tasks with greater accuracy, precision, and efficiency, and are valuable additions to any workshop or toolbox.