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Published: 10/1/2018

Chuck Jaws Fit Master Jaws with Hard-to-Find Pitches
Dillon Manufacturing's soft top jaws enable consistent part clamping.

Published: 9/25/2018

Modular Vise Clamps Two Workpieces
The Hoffmann Group has released a module for its Garant Xpent five-axis vise.

Published: 9/13/2018

Workholding System Increases Vacuum Surface Area for Mill Fixtures
Technical Tooling’s Vacu-Grip composite workholding system vacuums mill fixtures by using a granular media technology that configures to any complex three-dimensional shape.

Published: 9/1/2018

Workholding Enables Stress-Relief Reclamping
IMTS 2018: The Schunk Vero-S Aviation product line is designed to rigidly clamp large parts accurately and enable the user to release the part enough to allow the part to move (compensate) due to the stresses of machining without full...

Published: 8/29/2018

Fixturing Components Improve Range of Applications
IMTS 2018: Fixtureworks offers a lineup of bearing wheels, indexing plungers and TG GripSert inserts.

Published: 8/29/2018

Jaw Nuts Reduce Change-Over Time
Fast-Trac jaw nuts, from Dillon Manufacturing Inc., convert standard chucks into quick-change chucks, reducing jaw change-over time by 50 percent or more, according to the company.

Published: 8/15/2018

Modular Clamping Jaw Increases Efficiency, Productivity
Hoffmann Group’s Garant Xpent five-axis vise facilitates clamping strategies for increased productivity.

Published: 8/13/2018

Wedge Clamps Enable Ganging of Workpieces
Fixtureworks has added Vise Force wedge clamps from Paws Workholding to its extensive lineup of manual clamps and workholding products.

Published: 8/10/2018

Full-Grip Pie Jaws Now Available in Extended Diameters, Heights
Dillon Manufacturing is now producing large-diameter (up to 24") full grip jaws from 1018 CRS, 6061 Aluminum and Dura-Bar cast iron.

Published: 8/7/2018

External Collet Chuck Resists Centrifugal Force
IMTS 2018: Speedgrip’s robust external collet chuck can be used for first operations and will prove to be ideal for second and subsequent operations.