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11/21/2011

Catalog Features Variety of Workholding Products

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Lang Technovation’s 2010/2011 catalog, which will also serve for most of 2012, features a profile clamping system for profile parts; Makro Grip, a center vise for five-axis machining; Quick Point, a zero-point clamping system; and Grip Fix, which is said to provide maximum clamping force.

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Lang Technovation’s 2010/2011 catalog, which will also serve for most of 2012, features a profile clamping system for profile parts; Makro Grip, a center vise for five-axis machining; Quick Point, a zero-point clamping system; and Grip Fix, which is said to provide maximum clamping force. The company serves various industries including automotive/racing, medical, aviation, defense and more. The catalog provides brief product descriptions, color photos, and specifications.

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