Samchully (Lake Forest, CA) power vises allow operators to apply a consistent clamping force to prevent part deformation and improve machining accuracy. That reliability helps them optimize feeds in a variety of production and machining operations, including roughing and precision finishing on hollow or solid stock.
A mechanical multiplier booster system that provides high clamping force with minimal input at the handle replaces torque wrenches and the use of “cheater bars” that can cause lifting and inconsistent machining results.
One-touch preset dial allows four clamp force settings from 2,250 lbf to 7,868 lbf. When the clamping force is preset, the input key will stop turning when the vise reaches the desired torque.
Jaw widths range from 4 inches to 10 inches; openings range from 5.9 inches to 17.7 inches.
The vises are made from hardened steel with precision ground ways that provide accuracy and longevity. A fine pitch lead screw reduces deflection to evenly apply force across the full face of the jaw. With the integral rails along the base, the vise can be mounted with minimal table space. The drive spindle and mechanical multiplier are fully enclosed to eliminate damage and wear caused by chips and swarf.
Their compact yet rigid design makes the vises suitable for all sizes of machining centers.
Factory Robots Hit Record 2.7 Million Globally
New installations have been down in the U.S., Europe, and China, due to slowdowns in automotive and electrical/electronic sectors, and Covid isn’t helping –– nevertheless, the number of industrial robots operating today has never been higher.
CenterLine Receives 2020 National Manufacturing Leadership Award
The company’s robotics simulations draw winning accolades in NAM’s Engineering and Production Technology category.