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4/17/2017

Vises Feature Grippers with Two Rows of Teeth for Pull-Down Efficacy

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Eastec 2017: Fixtureworks highlights its TriMax vises and their ultra-low profile TriGrip carbide grippers.

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Fixtureworks highlights its TriMax vises and their ultra-low profile TriGrip carbide grippers. The vises offer the benefits users need to maximize a machine’s potential with multiple-part clamping, quick-change components and easy adjustment. Vises in this line are suited for production, five-axis and machinist applications, the company says. The carbide gripper inserts are designed for ultra-low profile clamping with no dovetail workpiece preparation. With serrations designed for steel, hardened steel, titanium and aluminum, these triangular grippers feature two rows of teeth at different angles to maximize the pull-down effect. Already integrated with the TriMax line of vises, the TriGrip inserts are ideal for upgrading existing vise jaws and more.

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