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3/10/2010

Accessory Jaws Feature Movable Pins

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Lang’s Vario Tec accessory jaws are designed for use in a 6" Kurt vise.

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Lang’s Vario Tec accessory jaws are designed for use in a 6" Kurt vise. Movable pins allow quick setup changes for different workpieces without having to exchange jaws, and pins that are not used can be pushed back into the jaws. Also, the jaws can be set at a 45-degree angle by pushing in specific pins. According to the company, the jaws are safe for milling and increase both quality and repeatability.

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