Stationary Clamping System

Schunk’s Tandem KSP plus stationary clamping system achieves a repeat accuracy of up to 0. 01 mm with the multi-tooth guidance of the base jaws, the long jaw guidance and the exact centering via the clamping sleeves which help reduce jaw lifting. The compact, clamping force block, which features a one-piece, rigid base body, achieves gripping forces ranging to 60kN.

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Schunk’s Tandem KSP plus stationary clamping system achieves a repeat accuracy of up to 0.01 mm with the multi-tooth guidance of the base jaws, the long jaw guidance and the exact centering via the clamping sleeves which help reduce jaw lifting.

The compact, clamping force block, which features a one-piece, rigid base body, achieves gripping forces ranging to 60kN. It is available in 100 mm, 160 mm and 250 mm sizes.

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