Carr Lane Roemheld Mfg. Co.
Please visit: Carr Lane Roemheld Mfg. Co.
16345 Westwoods Business Park Dr.
Ellisville, MO 63021 US
Quality Workholding Solutions from Carr Lane Roemheld
The SWIFTSURE Division of Carr Lane Roemheld delivers the finest in international power workholding products for more effective manufacturing. Especially useful for high volume or repetitive manufacturing, SWIFTSURE components automatically clamp and locate workpieces faster and more consistently than manual fixturing. They are compact, reliable, and more accurate than competing products. In addition to high-quality products, Carr Lane Roemheld is dedicated to providing customers with the best possible delivery, technical information and personal support. The combination makes SWIFTSURE a leader in power workholding and your best source for productivity-enhancing technology. SWIFTSURE offers a wide variety of clamps, work supports, vises and power units. Let our technical support staff, at 1-800-827-2526, design a system for your needs and help you achieve maximum manufacturing efficiency.
New position monitoring from Carr Lane Roemheld affords more swing control. These hydraulic swing clamps have a switch rod for position control. The helix rod protrudes through the cover and allows a pneumatic or electrical control of the piston position outside the chip area. The clamp has a reinforced swing mechanism, which endures a collision of the clamping arm with the workpiece during clamping up to 1500 psi. These new clamps are double acting, with a maximum operating pressure of 7500 psi, and are available in three styles - top flange, cartridge style, and flanged base.
New aluminum, mechanical twin vises from Carr Lane Roemheld allow jaw changes in a few seconds, without the need for additional tools, bolts or pins. The new Hilma-Bock TV 100 & 150 twin vises are designed for workpieces with complex clamping and contact contours. The vise's aluminum soft jaws can be completely milled out to suit the required workpiece contour, and a downthrust effect is created in the movable jaws. Now, a set of jaws can replace expensive special clamping fixtures that were once necessary. The new mechanical twin vises come in two sizes, 100mm (4 inch) and 150mm (6 inch). In addition, Carr Lane Roemheld provides a wide variety of vises for better production.
Machine Vises Offered
Carr Lane Roemheld offers a brochure on its machine vises for a range of applications.
Hydromechanical Vises Offer Built-in Hydraulics
Hilma's NC series standard hydromechanical vises feature built-in hydraulics.
Carr Lane Roemheld Appoints New President
Jason Betz has been appointed president of Carr Lane Roemheld (Ellisville, Missouri), a supplier of the Swiftsure and Hilma brands hydraulic clamping and quick-change tool systems.
Stark Zero-Point Mounting System
Carr Lane Roemheld offers the Stark zero-point mounting system.
Zero-Point Mounting System Increases Productivity
The Stark zero-point mounting system from Carr Lane Roemheld is said to reduce fixturing setup time.
Variety of Power Workholding Products
This 174-page catalog from Carr Lane Roemheld features hydraulic and pneumatic workholding, including clamps, work supports, vises, cylinders, hydraulic lifting devices, valves, power units, fittings and more.
Magnetic Workholding for Machining Centers
Carr Lane Roemheld’s M-TECHS SP50 and SP70 versatile clamping system for machining centers features 1- to 2-sec. clamping in a single operation.
With a maximum operating pressure of 5,000 psi, these compact swing clamps are double acting, with a swing mechanism designed for fast clamping cycles.
Power Workholding Products
This 174-page catalog features state-of-the-art power workholding products, including clamps, work supports, vises, cylinders, hydraulic lifting devices, valves, power units, fittings and more. The fully illustrated catalog includes dimensions and specifications. .
Hanging Clamps For Narrow Recesses
Carr Lane Roemheld says it’s hinge clamps are ideal for clamping in narrow recesses. A special linkage moves the clamping arm forward as it pivots into the clamping position, allowing the clamp to exert vertical clamping force. The clamping arm fully retracts for clear loading from above.
Concentric Clamps Hold Down Setup Time
A problem for many shops is that workpiece blanks vary from one to another. This is especially true with molded part blanks such as castings and forgings. These variations require some flexibility from the workholding device.