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Hainbuch America Workholding Technology



Phone: 414-358-9550
Toll-Free: 800-281-5734
Fax: 414-358-9560

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Mailing Address:
W129 N10980 Washington Dr.
Germantown, WI 53022 US



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Company Profile

HAINBUCH manufactures clamping devices. But if you're looking for the proverbial pigeonhole for our company, you'll find that HAINBUCH doesn't fit in any pre-defined category. That's because our products are anything but ordinary. Not only does their amazing simplicity produce sensational results and revolutionize your production process, they also contain the solutions for tomorrow and beyond. That's what we call "workholding technology".

Product Categories of Hainbuch America Workholding Technology

  • Arbors, Expandable Workholding
  • Chuck Jaws & Collets
  • Chucks, Collet Type (for Workholding)
  • Chucks, Gear
  • Chucks, Jaw Type
  • Chucks, Precision
  • Chucks, Special
  • Clamps & Fixturing Devices
  • Mandrels
  • Vises & Vise Jaws

Trade Names

  • B-TOP 3
  • CENTREX
  • centroteX
  • hs-dock
  • HYDROK
  • MANDO
  • MANDO ADAPT
  • MANDO T212
  • MANDREX
  • MANOK
  • MANOK Plus
  • m-ka
  • ms-dock
  • NOVA
  • SPANNTOP
  • TALEMENT
  • TESTit
  • TOPlus
  • TOROK
  • ZENTROK

Deep Links

B-TOP3 - With B-TOP3, change from three-jaw chuck to mandrel in approximately 2 minutes without having to remove the jaw chuck from the machine. All while maintaining concentricity of better than 5 microns.

MANOK plus - Change from OD to ID clamping in approximately 2 minutes. This incredibly rigid and versatile stationary chuck has a clamping diameter range of .197"-2.56". Or double the clamping capacity with a jaw adapter. MANOK plus also has a finely milled surface for horizontal applications.

Eccentric Chucks - Save time and money. Switch from concentric to eccentric in the blink of an eye. Stop the spindle, unlock using the turret, adjust the C-axis, lock back into place and you're ready to run. That means minimal set-up times and no changes to be made to the machine.

As seen in MMS

Quick Change Workholding Decreases Downtime
Hainbuch's Centrotex System is designed to support change-over of any workholding device on a machine within five minutes while maintaining accuracies.

Automotive Industry is Booming in Germany
Before heading off to Esslingen, Germany (near Stuttgart) to help Index celebrate its 100th anniversary, my publisher told me that the area is “the Detroit of Germany.” I soon found that to be an apt description as a large number of shops I visited were heavily vested in automotive manufacturing. What’s even more noteworthy is that business was booming.

Clamping System Enables Five-Sided Machining
The Quadrok plus clamping system from Hainbuch is designed for five-sided machining in one setup and is capable of clamping parts for operations ranging from simple saw cuts to complex cast housings.

Flexible Workholding System Designed for Small Workpieces
Hainbuch America offers a quick-change workholding system consisting of a chuck and small, flexible jaw module for smaller workpieces ranging to 200 mm.

Jaw Modules Enable Clamping of Small Workpieces
Hainbuch offers two new jaw modules for its compact modular clamping system.

Modular System Speeds Clamping Change-Over
The Hainbuch Mando Adapt modular clamping system enables change-over from OD to ID clamping without disassembling the base clamping device.

Hainbuch Opens Facility, Names President
The company aims to grow its business in North America.

Chucks Provide Quick Change-Over, Maximized Metal Cutting
Hainbuch’s Spanntop and Toplus Nova chucks are designed for quick change-over while offering rigid workholding and maximizing metalcutting.

Workholding Interface Speeds Change-Overs
Hainbuch's centroteX quick-change workholding interface enables change-over of a workholding device on a turning center within 5 min.

Last Glance at IMTS 2010
It would be impossible to cover all of the key exhibitors at IMTS 2010—even if every booth got merely a quick glance. However, the editors of MMS did get glimpses of some interesting technologies exhibited at the show...

Hainbuch Under New Direction
Workholding supplier Hainbuch America (Mequon, Wisconsin) has appointed Hank Kohl as president.

Low-Weight, Carbon-Fiber Clamping Devices
The new carbon-fiber clamping devices for machining­ centers are as much as two-thirds lighter than the standard versions, but provide greater strength and rigidity with identical clamping force values, the company says.

“Intelligent” Chuck Regulates Clamping Force
Hainbuch is working to develop an “intelligent” chuck that monitors actual clamping forces on the workpiece and triggers necessary corrections automatically.

Hainbuch Christens New North American HQ
Workholding supplier Hainbuch America has moved into its new headquarters in Mequon, Wisconsin, where it will begin to manufacture products for the first time ever in the United States this year. The company, which estimates that the facility will employ 10 to 12 people once it is fully operational, says it will now be able to provide better and faster service to customers.

Chuck For Machining Cast Or Hardened Parts
Hainbuch’s TOPlus chuck for machining cast or hardened parts is equipped with a hexagonal core made of cast resin. This makes the chuck lighter than steel chucks, resulting in lower inertia during high spindle acceleration.

Hydraulic Stationary Chuck
Hainbuch has extended its modular system to the company’s Hydrok stationary chuck. This hydraulically actuated stationary chuck is available in hexagon and round variants.

Zero-Point Clamping System(2)
According to manufacturer Hainbuch, the capteX zero-point clamping system cannot be harmed by the centrifugal forces in turning jobs or in the extreme static transverse forces associated with milling. Using a ring mechanism with sliding wedges, the interface can be stably fixed into place.

Hainbuch Brings Manufacturing To United States
Workholding supplier Hainbuch America has begun construction on its new North American headquarters in Mequon, Wisconsin. The 13,000-square-foot facility will bring manufacturing of the company’s workholding equipment to the United States for the first time.

Mineral Cast Chuck Supports Interface Centering System

Accurate ID Clamping