About Schaublin® SA
Schaublin SA, located in the city of Delémont, Switzerland, is a company with a rich history that dates back to April of 1915! Schaublin became part of RBC Bearings in the year 2000.
Our expertise is utilized in the three areas we serve,
- Clamping tools products (collets, tool-holders and clamping assemblies) for precision grinding and machining
- Bearings products (aerospace, rail, defense, and industrial markets)
- European Distribution Operation (EDO) for RBC Bearings with a bonded warehouse
Schaublin has a well-trained engineering team to work on with our customers on their challenging clamping tool and bearing application needs.
Schaublin produces a full complement of plain bearings designs including journals (bushings), spherical bearings (swaged, entry load slot, split ball, split race), rod ends, and specialty designs. Products are available in both self-lubricating lined and metal-to-metal configurations.
Schaublin is ISO9001, and EN9100 accredited, and is approved for International Railway Industry Standard (IRIS), and Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) Part 145 Maintenance Organisation Approved.
At Schaublin SA, we strive to continually improve our services and provide product design solutions to the various markets in which we are active. We are pleased to assist you in your business development by becoming one of your main partners. Do not hesitate to contact us.
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Runout Adjustment System, Schaublin
With our SRS system, you can easily improve the precision of the SCHAUBLIN collets by reducing the runout.
The design of the system allows the adjustment of eccentricity and angular error without complication and with only one indicator.
The SRS system has many functions and there are possibilities to adapt it to other machines.
- Material holding in Tool-grinding
- Material holding in Grinding
- Material holding in Turning
W-Collets (Draw-In), Schaublin
These collets clamp by being drawn back into the collet seating with the axial movement of the drawbar.
The collets only open a minimal amount and clamps the nominal diameter.
To obtain optimal concentricity, it is recommended not to clamp less than 0.1 mm below the nominal diameter.
Principally recommended for toolroom lathes and high precision machines.
F-Collets (Pushed), Schaublin
Clamping is achieved either by pushing the collet into its seat by means of a nut, or by pushing a sleeve around the collet taper towards the lock nut.
Round bores are smooth up to 8,99 mm diameter, and from 9 mm and larger bores are grooved. The profiled bores are smooth, with some exceptions where the bore is grooved from 14 mm.
In the released position, Dead Length Collets open above the nominal diameter
Swiss-type machines (décolletage) where SCHAUBLIN is universally known for precision, surface quality and rigidity.