Lang Technovation Co.
1020 James Dr.
Hartland , WI 53029 US
A Message from Lang Technovation Co.
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Robotic Automation Compatible with Zero-Point Clamping System
Eastec 2019: The RoboTrex automation system is the first of Lang Technovation’s products to be compatible with both the 52- and 96-mm Quick-Point clamping systems.
Small Shop Sees Big Gains from Right-Sized Automation
A three-person German machine shop applies quick-change workholding and flexible robotic automation to succeed in a high-mix/low-volume production environment.
Is it a Cleaning Fan or a Ceiling Fan?
You can’t miss the ginormous, rotating cleaning fan display above Lang Technovation’s booth. You also should think about how that simple product can help complete an automated machining process.
Automation System Promotes Accessibility, Maneuverability
IMTS 2018: Lang Technovation’s Robo-Trex Automation System is the company’s first automation based on the company’s smaller, 52-mm Quick-Point system.
Zero-Point Clamping System Expanded with Plate Variations, Risers, Accessories
PMTS 2017: Lang Technovation’s Quick Point zero-point clamping system is designed to greatly reduce setup times in horizontal and vertical CNC milling operations.
Optimal Machine Cell Automation
A leading manufacturer of emergency warning lights explores its options in designing an automated machining cell, finding the perfect solution for its application in an enclosed multi-pallet loader newly available on the U.S. market.
Chip-Clearing Fan for Enclosed Machining Centers
Available from Lang Technovation, the Clean-Tec fan fits into spindles to quickly remove coolant and chips within enclosed machining centers without using compressed air or stopping production.
Lightweight Tombstone Suitable for Smaller CNCs
The Tri-Top tombstone from Lang Technovation enables the use of three devices to maximize efficiency and minimize shutdown times for four- and five-axis machines.
Catalog Features Variety of Workholding Products
Lang Technovation’s 2010/2011 catalog, which will also serve for most of 2012, features a profile clamping system for profile parts; Makro Grip, a center vise for five-axis machining; Quick Point, a zero-point clamping system; and Grip Fix, which is said to provide maximum clamping force.
Accessory Jaws Feature Movable Pins
Lang’s Vario Tec accessory jaws are designed for use in a 6" Kurt vise.
Versatile Zero-Point Clamping System
Lang’s Quick-Point zero-point clamping system is accurate within 0.005 mm and features a profile height of 27 mm.
Pins: The Alternative To Parallels
These vise jaws use protruding, mechanical pins to repeatedly support workpieces either horizontally or at angles. They are said to allow quicker setups than conventional parallels.
Zero-Point Clamping System
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.
Precision Workholding Systems
Lang Technovation’s Vario Tec variable support system is said to minimize setup time. According to the company, virtually all common vices can be retrofitted with this system, and workpieces can be set in different positions on pins to eliminate the need for parallels. The company also offers the Quick Point zero-point clamping system, which has a pull-down force of 13.