Hainbuch America Workholding Technology
Hainbuch America Workholding Technology
W129 N10980 Washington Dr.
Germantown, WI 53022 US
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The SPANNTOP chuck by HAINBUCH with innovations that guarantee: - Speed and precision - Incredibly quick change-over for reduced set up times - Switching from outside to inside clamping in minutes - Flexibility to add a jaw adapter for double the clamping diameter - Capability to drill and mill betweenjaws
The MANDO T211 is ideal for work pieces with a short clamping length! It offers: - Superb concentricity - Fantastic rigidity - Stabilizing effect due to the pull-back forces - Large transition area and opening stroke - Exceptionally wear resistant due to very hard segments made of chrome/nickel steel - Vibration dampening due to vulcanization - Possibility to machine the clamping bushing to the required diameter - Only 5 basic mandrels to cover a clamping range of 20-100 mm
The advantages of the CENTREX pallet include: - Repeatability < 3 microns - Stable screw connection, no additional units and hoses required - Vibration-absorbing and non-magnetic material - Positioning elements cannot get stuck - Lightweight material, better handling - Scratch resistant, no bulging when damaged - Integrated quick-acting screws - Robust and easy to clean components - Unaffected by temperature - No rusting to the machine table
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.
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.
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.
Turning Off-Center Diameters In One Setup
In the past, turned parts with one or more off-center hubs could not be machined in one chucking on a lathe or turning center. Typically, the part had to be rechucked in a special fixture to center the eccentric portions for turning. Parts with more than one eccentric hub required additional refixturing.