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Schunk’s New KONTEC KSC mini Vise Can Save Time, Enhance Productivity

From Schunk (Morrisville, NC), the new KONTEC KSC mini small parts vise addresses two needs, speed and flexibility, with easy handling and high clamping force.

Posted: July 20, 2021

With symmetrical clamping at high forces, Schunk's new KONTEC KSC mini allows for simple handling of small parts.

The vise’s jaw quick-change system enables users to convert the compact vise efficiently and without tools. Users can exchange the jaws by simply clicking in and out.

The KONTEC KSC mini is a vise that’s excellent for flexible use in efficient blank and finish part machining. Conversion on a larger clamping range is even possible without requiring additional accessories. Different jaw widths of 45 and 70 mm can be used on the same basic vise, allowing optimal adjustment to different clamping tasks.

Due to its optimal accessibility, the KONTEC KSC mini is well suited for 5-sided machining.

Compact Vise with a Lot of Power

Despite its compact dimensions at maximum 16 kN, the KONTEC KSC mini has a high clamping force and makes unnecessary a preforming work step of the parts. Therefore, the vise is especially suitable for application in handling small parts where clamping is done out of the center. The vise can also be used in the automotive industry, the metal-cutting industry, and the tool- and mold-making industry.

The small parts vise has a width of 70 mm and a maximum torque of 50 Nm. Available vise lengths are 80 and 100 mm and enable high flexibility with workpieces. Its stainless, hardened base body also ensures a long service life.

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