Vises and Vise Jaws

Reinventing the Unbreakable Grip

Examine the design of these machine tool vise jaws to understand how they enable aggressive 5-axis machining of high-value medical and aerospace parts in a single setup by clamping on as little as 2 mm of surface.
Vises and Vise Jaws: Articles

Stacked Hydraulic Workholding Beams Up New Business

Special Machined Components took beam machining business away from a competitor by using a ProHold six-vise stacked hydraulic workholding system from Planet Products.

TE-CO Workholding

An overview of TE-CO, Inc. and its organization, products, services and capabilities.

Hilma Magnetic Quick Die Change Systems

An overview of Hilma Division of Carr Lane Roemheld Mfg. Co. and its organization, products, services and capabilities.


Vises and Vise Jaws: Industry News

Röhm Names New Global Head of Sales and Marketing

Damiano Casafina is their new chief sales officer and chief marketing officer.

Kitagawa-NorthTech Names New VP

Kevin Bennett now leads their sales and marketing operations in North America.

Röhm Expands Regional Sales Team

Al Dopf, Edward Borsos, Jennifer Allison, Jimmy Clark and Rodney Payton now handle sales and service in various regions across North America.


Vises and Vise Jaws: Products

High Pressure Vises for Milling, Grinding, Toolroom and Production

Manufactured to precision tolerances with accurate standards that ensure reliability and long life, Arnold high pressure vises from Dapra provide controllable power for dependable clamping.

CNC Vise with Precision Quick Change Jaw Set

The new CARVESMART precision quick-change jaw set from Carr Lane Roemheld includes a precision NC vise with clamping force gauge, a precision adjustable workpiece stop, a CARVESMART steel master jaw set, a blank aluminum jaw set, and mounting claws for production and toolroom vises that are accurately changed in seconds.

Universal Hydraulic Toolholder

The TENDO E hydraulic expansion toolholder from SCHUNK works well across applications ranging from rough milling operations, where tool cost reductions up to 40 percent have been achieved, to finish operations such as reaming and fine milling.