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Big Kaiser's Unilock Stabilizer 50 Counters Cutting Forces for Tall Parts

Big Kaiser’s Unilock Stabilizer 50, a modular device for the Uniflex ball system, provides lateral support for tall parts during machining, welding or assembly processes.

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Big Kaiser’s Unilock Stabilizer 50, a modular device for the Uniflex ball system, provides lateral support for tall parts during machining, welding or assembly processes and allows for the transfer of loads to the table or base.

Rather than risking error by moving parts from machine to machine for modification, this stabilizer system can be adjusted to each new part. The system attaches to the worktable and the side of the workpiece to provide lateral support. As the workpiece gets taller and farther away from the table, the stabilizer helps to offset the cutting forces pushing against it.

The Unilock Stabilizer system also can be used for mobile parts with odd shapes and sizes. The system stacks and uses a variety of gripping forms for versatility.

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