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Workpiece Clamping System Features Quick-Change Capability

Röhm’s modular Captis workpiece clamping system provides a range of workholding options for turning, milling and drilling applications, featuring quick-change capability that is said to permit conversion from external to internal clamping in less than a minute.

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Röhm’s modular Captis workpiece clamping system provides a range of workholding options for turning, milling and drilling applications, featuring quick-change capability that is said to permit conversion from external to internal clamping in less than a minute. The system is designed to produce strong clamping forces without deforming delicate workpieces while offering high repeatability and minimal runout. It is compatible with the BZI collet interface.

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