Raptor Workholding Products
901 N Lake St.
Burbank , CA 91502 US
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Hitting the Zone with Five-Axis Machining
By investing in five-axis machining technology, Advance CNC Machining has done more than just add new capabilities to its roster. It has found a way to achieve something that most of us strive for: a way to work “in the zone.”
Shop Favors Different Flavor of Five-Axis Technology
Campbell Engineering benefits from a new twist on the tombstone workholding concept, which enables one of its HMCs to perform 3+2 machining to reduce scrap while supporting the higher-volume needs of its medical customers.
Mitee-Bite, Te-Co Acquire Raptor Workholding
The three companies will continue to operate individually, though with a shared distribution network.
Dovetail Fixture Enables Five-Sided Machining
Raptor Workholding’s RWP-030SS dovetail fixture is intended for milling applications on four- and five-axis CNC machines.
Workholding Device Features Pyramid Base
Available from Raptor Workholding Products, the Mini Nest RWP-019-4X45T features a 45-degree pyramid base design to enable access to all machined areas of each workpiece.
Get That Part off the Table
Vertical machining centers with simultaneous five-axis machining capability have become popular in recent years.
Fixture Holds Large Workpieces
Raptor Workholding Products’ RWP-006 dovetail workholding fixture is designed to hold large workpieces weighing as much as 80 lbs.
Job Shop-Developed Dovetail Fixture Takes Wing
Two aerospace job shops in California collaborated to produce a workholding fixture that allows any shop to set up a fully fixtured pallet dedicated to a five-axis job and then store the fixtured pallets for immediate use whenever the job repeats.