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4/15/2009

Zero-Point Clamping System

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Quick Point, the zero-point clamping system from Lang Technovation, is said to be simple, safe and precise. Features include a holding power of 13,227-lbs down force, repeatability of less than 0. 00019" and overall pallet height of 1.

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Quick Point, the zero-point clamping system from Lang Technovation, is said to be simple, safe and precise. Features include holding power of 13,227-lbs down force, repeatability of less than 0.00019" and overall pallet height of 1.06" (27 mm).

The variable clamping system can reduce setup time by providing the multi-functionality of mounting different devices or fixtures on the machine tool table. According to the company, clamping studs allow for the easy adaptation of clamping various vises, fixtures or workpieces.

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