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Precision Workholding Systems

Lang Technovation’s Vario Tec variable support system is said to minimize setup time. According to the company, virtually all common vices can be retrofitted with this system, and workpieces can be set in different positions on pins to eliminate the need for parallels. The company also offers the Quick Point zero-point clamping system, which has a pull-down force of 13.

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Lang Technovation’s Vario Tec variable support system is said to minimize setup time. According to the company, virtually all common vices can be retrofitted with this system, and workpieces can be set in different positions on pins to eliminate the need for parallels. The company also offers the Quick Point zero-point clamping system, which has a pull-down force of 13.277 lbs.

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