The Allmatic Titan 125 high-pressure vise from Dapra Corporation has a GGG 60 base with hardened and ground guideways to provide a high level of accuracy and wear resistance, the company says. The large side openings allow chips and cooling lubricant to escape. Threaded holes on both sides allow for the attachment of workpiece stops, and precise aligning slots in the base ensure smooth handling. Other benefits of the vise include short setup times without an external power supply and the capability to change workpieces quickly. At the heart of the vise is a fully-enclosed, high-pressure spindle that is equipped with a wear-resistant mechanical power intensifier. A torque wrench, which can be adjusted between 6 and 30 Nm, is used for defined clamping. The vise’s versatility is a result of its variable jaw and gripper clamping systems. Various jaw options are available for different workpiece shapes and types of machining. Pivot jaws rotate 360 degrees to compensate for non-parallel clamping surfaces and are threaded for supports. The rear is serrated, and they are equipped with the Click Quick change system. The support jaws form the basis of the detachable, modular gripper clamping jaw system. Fixed; movable pivoting; and movable rigid support jaws are all available. The different gripper inserts are mounted onto the jaws and can be variably screwed into grid plates so as to securely clamp a spectrum of workpiece geometries. The movable pivoting support jaw is used to compensate for non-parallel clamping surfaces and is necessary for clamping irregular workpieces. The movable rigid support jaw is designed for clamping oversized workpieces across multiple clamping points or three-point clamping.
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