7/6/2011

Workholding Products Designed for Heavy-Duty Clamping

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Designed for larger, heavier workpieces requiring robust locating and clamping hardware, Stevens’ powerful workholding system uses 0.750" to 10" fasteners and 0.750"-diameter locating hardware instead of the standard 0.500" to 13" and 0.500"-diameter holding and locating elements.

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Designed for larger, heavier workpieces requiring robust locating and clamping hardware, Stevens’ powerful workholding system uses 0.750" to 10" fasteners and 0.750"-diameter locating hardware instead of the standard 0.500" to 13" and 0.500"-diameter holding and locating elements.

The company also supplies robust accessories designed to mount on the primary components, including vises, V-blocks, chain clamps, parallels and a variety of locating elements. 

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