2/10/2009

Modular Fixturing For Welding

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Wolverine clamps, which are specifically designed to fit the company’s modular fixturing tables, are suited for production and high volumes of work. The Wolverine clamp provides 2,100 lbs. of clamping force compared with a traditional toggle clamp that supports 300 lbs of force, the company says.

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Wolverine clamps, which are specifically designed to fit the company’s modular fixturing tables, are suited for production and high volumes of work. The Wolverine clamp provides 2,100 lbs. of clamping force compared with a traditional toggle clamp that supports 300 lbs of force, the company says. Its modular fixturing systems for welding feature accurate five-sided welding tables. Also angles, spacer blocks, clamps, bolts and universal stops can be assembled into a ready-to-use welding fixture.

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