RÖHM Products of America
2500 Northlake Drive
Suwanee, GA 30024 US
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Key Bar Chuck for Maximizing Machine Time
Röhm Products of America introduces its Duro-TA XT key bar chuck, designed to maximize the potential of milling and turning machines.
Röhm Hires Five Regional Sales Managers
The various additions serve across the United States and Canada.
Workholding System Speeds Change from Internal to External Clamping
The Captis workpiece clamping system from Röhm Products of America offers a range of workholding options for turning, milling and drilling applications through different combinations of modular components.
Röhm Products Mexico Opens New Office in Monterrey
The grand opening took place February 11, 2016.
Röhm Hires Sales Manager for U.S., Canada
Mike Padilla brings 18 years of industry-related experience to the management of the company’s workholding and toolholding sales.
New Facility to Help Strengthen Röhm’s U.S. Presence
German workholding technology provider Röhm has opened its new 32,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Suwanee, Georgia. The facility is three times larger than its previous one, enabling the company to manufacture in the United States for the first time as well as expand the service and support it provides.
Robot Gripper Holds Complex, Sensitive Parts
Röhm Products of America offers a selection of end-of-arm robot tooling including the customizable RRMG synthetic gripper, said to offer 30 percent more clamping force than its predecessor for large-workpiece handling.
Bar Chuck Protects against Dirt and Dust
Röhm’s Duro-TA XT key bar chuck is designed to maximize milling and turning machine potential with reduced weight, improved workpiece access and application flexibility in mind.
Chuck Clamps Different Diameters without Changing Jaws
Rohm offers its ZG geared scroll chuck for lathes as part of its Orange line of chucks, live centers and vises.
Chucks Enable Efficient Machining of Pipes
Designed specifically for the oil and gas industry, Röhm Products of America’s LVE chuck system enables manufacturers to quickly and efficiently process long, large pipes as well as associated pipe couplings and connectors.
Röhm and ATS Systems Form Partnership
The companies are launching the alliance with a nationwide tour of their mobile technology center.
Houstex 2015 Preview Slideshow
Click through the slideshow to see a selection of technologies to be displayed at Houstex in advance of the February 24-26 trade show.
Röhm Opens Subsidiary in Mexico
The new location will support the company's growing market presence and will focus on helping local customers attain maximum returns on purchases.
Chucking System Simplifies Workholding Changes
The Duro-NCSE Flex power chuck from Röhm Products of America provides a quick, simple way to change out jaws and clamping tools.
Electrical Clamping System Reduces Energy Usage
The EVS 50 electrical clamping system, part of Röhm’s e-Quipment line of clamping and gripping systems, activates power chucks on turning and grinding machines without hydraulics or pneumatics.
Hybrid Chucks Reduce Downtime
Rohm’s MZMF hybrid chuck is a combination of a three-jaw manual chuck and a round, magnetic support plate. By combining the two technologies, workpieces of various sizes can be evenly and securely clamped and machined from three sides, the company says. Clamping, before turning or grinding operations, is carried out in seconds, minimizing machine downtime.
Quick-Change Workholding System
The company offers the RMS workholding quick-change system for manual- and power-operated clamping devices. According to the company, the system is designed to allow the fast and accurate change from, for example, power chuck to power operated (via drawbar) mandrels to manual chucks or face drivers. The company supplies a short taper mount receiver, which is permanently installed to the machine spindle.
Quick Change Workholding For Hard-To-Hold Parts
This pwer chuck features direct transmission of the piston force to the jaws in the area of the jaw guides. The axial actuating force is transmitted to the jaws without major friction loss.
Power-Grip Zero Point Clamping System
New Power-Grip Zero Point Clamping System from RÖHM Clamps and Palletizes
The Power-Grip Zero Point Clamping System from RÖHM Products of America delivers both palletizing and clamping capabilities – all with one device and in single setups for part processing. The new modular palletizing system can significantly increase productivity, process reliability and precision, as well as cut set-up times by up to 90 percent. It is especially well-suited for individual part and small series production environments where workpiece clamping is typically time consuming and costly.
The Power-Grip Zero Point Clamping System is customizable to make the best use of a machine tool’s entire work-envelope space. Machine tool output also increases because the system allows workpieces to be positioned and clamped on the pallet outside the machine tool while it continues to work. This makes for significant reductions in time spent for set up and pallet changes.
For workpieces requiring several machining operations, the new system’s pallets maintain the zero point as parts move from one operation to the next. In everyday use, the system holds accuracy to +/- 0.002 mm thanks to a cushioned, conical centering and levelling system.
The Power-Grip Zero Point Clamping System retains its holding strength and zero-point clamping accuracy even in thermal changes and through various different part processes. And with corrosion-resistant surfaces, the pallets can go from conventional machining coolants to electrical discharge machining (EDM) deionized water to a measuring machine and be rust free.
Manufacturers gain substantial benefits when they obtain pallet and clamping systems from single-source suppliers such as RÖHM. With the company’s standard clamping devices, users can combine prefabricated pallets into modular systems. RÖHM standard pallets for vices and chucks also eliminate having to use complex clamping devices or pallets.
RÖHM Products of America has been a leading provider of high-quality clamping and gripping technologies to the North American metalworking industry since 1978.
A division of the Germany-based RÖHM Group, which was founded in 1909, RÖHM Products of America has more than 10,000 products to choose from, including drill chucks, live centers, lathe chucks, vises, automation technology, power chuck technology, mandrels, tool clamping systems and customized solutions for turning, milling, drilling and grinding applications.
The company also provides unmatched service and support that ensures maximum productivity for its manufacturing customers across a range of market segments, including aerospace, automotive, energy, engineering, micro technology and rail vehicle.
RZM Centric Vice
Robust RZM Centric Vice from RÖHM Improves 5-axis Machining Accuracy
The compact RZM Centric Vice from RÖHM Products of America provides exceptional workholding rigidity and contributes significantly to higher accuracy 5-axis machining.
The vise features clamping jaws positioned relatively high and a horizontal spindle situated at the top of the vise and closer to the jaws for unmatched stability. The jaws are shorter and complement the vise’s overall compact height of only 7.7” to keep interference to a minimum, while RÖHM’s special double jaw-guidance system ensures precision positioning.
The double jaw-guidance system moves jaws smoothly along their axes to accommodate a wide range of part sizes without having to remount the jaws. In operation, the first jaw moves along an outside guideway as the second jaw travels on an inside one. This quasi-telescopic arrangement allows for a greater guidance length without placing any significant limits on machining operations. When fully opened, the RZM presents little, if any, interference, and its telescoping design allows the jaws to close to the zero point.
For small or fragile parts, RÖHM’s SKB claw jaws are an idea attachment for the RZM. These jaws securely clamp unfinished parts at depths as shallow as 0.078". Hardened claws on the jaws create an interlocking hold for extremely strong clamping, but with minimal required force and only a slight loss of material.