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.