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2/10/2009

Single Components And Modular Systems

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The series of spring-loaded work support components from Imao includes three styles of work supports, which are said to be ideal for accurate positioning and orientation of workpieces in machining fabrication, assembly, inspection layouts and more. The supports are offered in four sizes of block-type units, five cylinder-style sizes and three miniature sizes. The supports help stabilize workpieces and ensure a secure clamp.

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The series of spring-loaded work support components from Imao includes three styles of work supports, which are said to be ideal for accurate positioning and orientation of workpieces in machining fabrication, assembly, inspection layouts and more. The supports are offered in four sizes of block-type units, five cylinder-style sizes and three miniature sizes.

The supports help stabilize workpieces and ensure a secure clamp. They cushion workpieces on loading and simplify unloading.

Other featured products include mini-clamps, risers, T-nuts, sliding mounts, springs, grid plates and blocks from Iamo; Fairlane Products’ grippers, rest pads and quick release ball-lock pins; Kipp spring plungers and hand wheels; OK-Vise single and double wedge clamp designs; and Modern Industries’ mPower product line.

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