Drawbar (machine tool)

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A W-type external-thread collet (red) being pulled into its spindle seat (green) with a drawbar (blue), clamping and then releasing a shaft.

A drawbar or spindle drawbar is a clamping mechanism for toolholders on machine tools. The toolholder or machine taper itself is held by the drawbar and applies force to the spindle, especially when spinning at low speeds.

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