11/19/2003

Hydraulic Fixture

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The Multiple Hydraulic Fixtures are said to have a capacity of locating up to 72 parts on each fixture, resulting in maximixing the capability of horizontal machining centers. In the system pictured, the fixture holds 20 parts with a control valve for each row for easy loading and unloading. The fixture are designed and built to customer requirements and are said to provide the means to perform more operations on more parts and provide the means for increased productivity. The fixtures are designed to hold multiple parts per side for first or secondary operation on horizontal machining centers. Depending on the required system, multiple column configurations are available.

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