Product Video

 

Demonstration Video

 

External Form Holding

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Clamping stroke: 0.3mm in diameter

When the cam cylinder is tightened, the central bottom part of the jaw is pulled down.

At the same time the eight jaw sections tilt toward the center for clamping.

Jaw Diameter Max. Clamping Force
f65 4.5kN
f90 7kN
f120 10kN
f160 12kN

 

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1. Prepare the jaw

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2. Machine the jaw

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3. Mount a workpiece

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4. Tighten the cam cylinder

 

Internal Form Holding

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Clamping stroke: 0.3mm in diameter

When the cam cylinder is tightened, the tapered screw is pulled down.

At the same time the eight jaw sections expand for clamping.

Jaw Diameter Max. Clamping Force
f65 4.5kN
f90 7kN
f120 10kN
f160 10kN

 

cc

1. Prepare the jaw

cc

2. Machine the jaw

cc

3. Mount a workpiece

cc

4. Tighten the cam cylinder

 

Application Example

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Low Profile Workpiece Clamping

Internal Form Holding Jaw-

Can clamp a thin workpiece by distributing the clamping force through the eight jaw sections.

Note: Control the tightening torque using adequate tools in reference to the data provided by the performance curve.

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Multi-Piece Clamping

External Form Holding Jaw-

Small cylindrical body allows for multi-piece clamping in limited space.

 

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Fixture for Temporal Job

External Form Holding Jaw-

Can be mounted on an existing vise by attaching the clamp onto a plate.

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Fixture for Turning Lathe

External Form Holding Jaw-

Can clamp an odd shape that a chuck cannot clamp.

Types

 

ID/OD Form Holding Clamps

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Designed to clamp onto the outside or inside diameters of the workpiece. Ideal for oddly shaped workpieces.

 

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