Industrial collars are machine tool accessories that are used to secure workpieces during machining. They come in different shapes and sizes, and can be made from a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and rubber. They are typically attached to the machine tool using a machining interface, which is a mechanism that allows the workpiece to rotate while the collar remains stationary.
The machine tool collar is a critical component of most industrial machines. It helps to secure the workpiece and provides stability for the tooling. However, due to its critical role, machine tool collars can also be dangerous if they are not properly designed and constructed. There are a variety of ways in which a machine tool collar can injure a worker. One common type of injury is when the collar slips off of the work piece, causing severe trauma to the worker’s arm or hand. Another common type of injury is when the chain or gear on the collar becomes entangled and pulls on the worker’s arm or hand, resulting in pain and possible nerve damage. In order to prevent these types of injuries, it is important to have a well-designed and constructed machine tool collar that will stay in place during use.
If you have been injured by a machine tool accessory, such as a collar, you should contact an attorney. Collars can cause serious injuries if they are not properly installed or if they fail. An attorney can help you file a claim against the manufacturer or distributor of the collar, and may be able to get you money for your injuries.