Vises and Vise Jaws
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Dillon Manufacturing’s chuck jaws provide multiple radiuses for both inside and outside clamping, making then ideal for any size run. Four jaw and/or accessory options lower tooling costs by increasing productivity and extending service life.
Special pie jaws from Dillon Manufacturing are designed to reduce part distortion by distributing gripping pressure across the workpiece. Customized to your specs for height, diameters, materials and configuration, they’re offered in a choice of four serrated designs.
With the right tools and CAM software, toolmakers and mold makers can keep production capacity flexible and will be able to ramp it up by up to 85% as they restart after the coronavirus outbreak. Hoffmann Group USA’s director of milling explains.
Samchully power vises feature a mechanical multiplier booster system to provide high force with minimal input at the handle. Set the clamping force with the one-touch preset dial and the key stops turning when desired torque is reached.
Mount Kurt Manufacturing’s VersastileLock vises back to back to create an economical tombstone fixture for horizontal machining centers (HMCs) with work envelope size and weight limitations. The tool can be 200 to 300 lbs lighter than a tombstone with clamps or vises.
Parabolic performance cutting (PPC) product family expanded to include copy milling cutters with indexable insert; PPC solid carbide barrel milling cutters optimized for high-alloy and hardened steels.
Palmgren takes a fresh design approach with new model #9629749.
The GARANT Xtric centering vise from Hoffmann Group is equipped with a chuck jaw quick-change system that reduces set-up times when clamping blanks and finished parts.
For part handling that requires consistent clamping not easily attained by manual operation, the motorized air vise from Kurt delivers robust clamping repeatability, consistent preset clamping force and programmability of the vise opening if desired.
Ideal for three-axis vertical machining centers, the Rotary Table Workholding System from Kurt uses a DX6 CrossOver Hydraulic vise with a trunnion mounted onto a 4th-axis rotary table to provide three-side access to the part to be machined.
For more efficient clamping that generates a measurable increase in productivity on 3-axis and 5-axis machines, a new center jaw for the GARANT Xpent 5-axis vice from Hoffmann can be fit to the base rail to clamp two workpieces with only one vice and process them in a single operation.
For maximum clamping force with less operator effort in manufacturing, construction, oil and gas applications, the stout Wilton Mechanics Pro Vise from JPW Industries features an exclusive needle roller thrust bearing design that no other vise employs.
U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Dip Slightly From June to July
Although a wide variety of sectors were positive in July –– including automotive and medical equipment –– AMT reports the 2020 orders to date of $2 billion is about a quarter down year over year.
How Does Your Company’s Compensation Package Stack Up?
FMA has released a report that details salaries and benefits for practically every position in a fabricating or manufacturing company, from CEO to janitor and everything in between. The survey results also provide insight into several HR policies and procedures.