Hainbuch America Corporation
W129 N10980 Washington Drive
Germantown , WI 53022 US
A Message from Hainbuch America Corporation
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Hainbuch Two-Jaw Module Clamps Cubic Parts
Hainbuch’s modular workholding system now includes a two-jaw module that can clamp cubic parts positioned centrically on machining centers and milling machines.
Hainbuch Modular Workholding System Offers Two-Jaw Module for Square Shapes
IMTS Spark: Hainbuch’s modular workholding system, which consists of chuck and jaw modules, now features a two-jaw module for holding square parts.
Precision CNC Supercharger Rotor Machining Means More Power
By developing a more accurate machining process for mating helical rotors, this company’s superchargers can more efficiently force air into an engine for higher horsepower gains.
Renewed Aerospace Focus Is behind Hainbuch's Automated Cell Demo
In addition to showcasing its modular clamping and collet and chuck change-over systems, the company’s booth will feature an automation cell, aerospace solutions and its new hexagonal mandrel.
Workholding Systems Speeds Chuck Change-Over
IMTS 2018: Hainbuch’s CentroTex system facilitates fast and easy chuck changeover for manufacturers processing multiple parts of varying sizes that require various of clamping methods.
Workholding System Speeds Change-Over for Turning
Smart Manufacturing Experience 2018: Hainbuch America Corp. has released the Today, Tonight, Tomorrow, a modular, quick-change workholding solution for turning operations.
Mandrel's Segmented Clamping Bushing Damps Vibration
Hainbuch America offers a high-precision segmented mandrel designed for machining complex aerospace parts.
Partners in THINC Winter Showcase to Demonstrate Five-Axis Setup
The demonstration is intended to benefit shops that need to do five-axis work but don’t want to or need to incur the price of a dedicated five-axis machine tool.
Dovetail Adaptation Added to Modular Workholding System
PMTS 2017: Hainbuch America introduces the seventh addition to its Today-Tonight-Tomorrow modular workholding system, the DEANok.
Hainbuch America Appoints Regional Sales Manager for Central States
Steven Cvetan has over 20 years of experience in sales.
Workholding System Converts Basic Chucks
Hainbuch’s Spanntop high-precision workholding system enables converting the basic chuck for OD, ID and three-jaw clamping operations with a change-over time of 10 sec.
Automotive Industry is Booming in Germany
Before heading off to Esslingen, Germany (near Stuttgart) to help Index celebrate its 100th anniversary, my publisher told me that the area is “the Detroit of Germany.” I soon found that to be an apt description as a large number of shops I visited were heavily vested in automotive manufacturing. What’s even more noteworthy is that business was booming.
Clamping System Enables Five-Sided Machining
The Quadrok plus clamping system from Hainbuch is designed for five-sided machining in one setup and is capable of clamping parts for operations ranging from simple saw cuts to complex cast housings.
Flexible Workholding System Designed for Small Workpieces
Hainbuch America offers a quick-change workholding system consisting of a chuck and small, flexible jaw module for smaller workpieces ranging to 200 mm.
Jaw Modules Enable Clamping of Small Workpieces
Hainbuch offers two new jaw modules for its compact modular clamping system.
Last Glance at IMTS 2010
It would be impossible to cover all of the key exhibitors at IMTS 2010—even if every booth got merely a quick glance. However, the editors of MMS did get glimpses of some interesting technologies exhibited at the show...
“Intelligent” Chuck Regulates Clamping Force
Hainbuch is working to develop an “intelligent” chuck that monitors actual clamping forces on the workpiece and triggers necessary corrections automatically.
Zero-Point Clamping System(2)
According to manufacturer Hainbuch, the capteX zero-point clamping system cannot be harmed by the centrifugal forces in turning jobs or in the extreme static transverse forces associated with milling. Using a ring mechanism with sliding wedges, the interface can be stably fixed into place.
Turning Off-Center Diameters In One Setup
In the past, turned parts with one or more off-center hubs could not be machined in one chucking on a lathe or turning center. Typically, the part had to be rechucked in a special fixture to center the eccentric portions for turning. Parts with more than one eccentric hub required additional refixturing.