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Stationary workpiece clamping technology

Here you will find stationary workpiece clamping technology and thus everything you need to position and fix your workpiece when milling, grinding and measuring. This includes, for example, zero-point or magnetic clamping systems, but also vises, clamping mandrels and numerous accessories.

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    Pneumatic changing fixture | size 65 | for SPANNTOP

    Logo Hainbuch GmbH Marbach Workholding Technology

    With the changing fixture you simply and safely insert and remove the clamping head. Thus you can quickly change your clamping device over to a different clamping diameter or to one of our adaptations. The changing fixtures are available in a manual or pneumatic version, with wheel or 2-hand safety operation. In this regard, the PPGV is especially suited for use with vertical machines.

    • Set-up device for changing clamping heads
    • Ergonomic handle
    • Manual and pneumatic version abvailable

    Your benefits

    • Saves time when setting up
    • Changing fixture that is ideally matched to the HAINBUCH clamping head
    • Comfortable work through perfect ergonomics
    €790.00  plus shipping
    Available
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    6372-0900-E090 Grundelement

    Logo AMF Andreas Maier GmbH Fellbach We generate excitement
    • Basic body length:   241.00  mm
    • Basic body width:   112.00  mm
    • Span element width:   90.00  mm
    • Span, max.:   103.00  mm
    €3,959.31  plus shipping
    Available
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    Manual changing fixture | size 65 | for TOPlus

    Logo Hainbuch GmbH Marbach Workholding Technology

    With the changing fixture you simply and safely insert and remove the clamping head. Thus you can quickly change your clamping device over to a different clamping diameter or to one of our adaptations. The changing fixtures are available in a manual or pneumatic version, with wheel or 2-hand safety operation. In this regard, the PPGV is especially suited for use with vertical machines.

    • Set-up device for changing clamping heads
    • Ergonomic handle
    • Manual and pneumatic version abvailable

    Your benefits

    • Saves time when setting up
    • Changing fixture that is ideally matched to the HAINBUCH clamping head
    • Comfortable work through perfect ergonomics
    €356.00  plus shipping
    Available
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    6372-0700-E070 Grundelement

    Logo AMF Andreas Maier GmbH Fellbach We generate excitement
    • Basic body length:   187.00  mm
    • Basic body width:   90.00  mm
    • Span element width:   70.00  mm
    • Span, max.:   87.00  mm
    €2,991.84  plus shipping
    Available
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    Available
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    Manual changing fixture | size 65 | for SPANNTOP

    Logo Hainbuch GmbH Marbach Workholding Technology

    With the changing fixture you simply and safely insert and remove the clamping head. Thus you can quickly change your clamping device over to a different clamping diameter or to one of our adaptations. The changing fixtures are available in a manual or pneumatic version, with wheel or 2-hand safety operation. In this regard, the PPGV is especially suited for use with vertical machines.

    • Set-up device for changing clamping heads
    • Ergonomic handle
    • Manual and pneumatic version abvailable

    Your benefits

    • Saves time when setting up
    • Changing fixture that is ideally matched to the HAINBUCH clamping head
    • Comfortable work through perfect ergonomics
    €356.00  plus shipping
    Available
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    6372-1002-E100 Grundelement

    Logo AMF Andreas Maier GmbH Fellbach We generate excitement
    • Basic body length:   260.00  mm
    • Basic body width:   128.00  mm
    • Span element width:   100.00  mm
    • Span, max.:   86.00  mm
    €4,292.64  plus shipping
    Available
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    Hydraulic stationary chuck HYDROK | size 65 SE | TOPlus | overall height 130 mm

    Logo Hainbuch GmbH Marbach Workholding Technology

    5-axis machining or rational multiple clamping – with HYDROK we offer a hydraulically actuated stationary chuck that provides even more implementation possibilities. Depending on size – you can use it with all clamping device adaptations, such as the MANDO Adapt mandrel-in-clamping device or with the jaw module. So you can completely rely on the intelligent HAINBUCH modular system, even for your stationary clamping device.

    The smallest of the group: HYDROK 40 SE and 32 RD. Their modular base plates can be easily fitted together and enable multiple clampings with incredible holding forces in the most confined spaces. And with an additional tandem cylinder you can even generate the full clamping force with a weaker hydraulic unit.

    • Ideal for automated clamping
    • Angular contour requires less space
    • Multiple clamping made possible in the smallest space
    • Ideal for 5-sided machining
    • Clamping is possible with workpiece end-stop or front end-stop
    • Adaptation devices possible [modular system]

     

     

     

    €1,960.00  plus shipping
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Basic knowledge about stationary workpiece clamping technology

Stationary workpiece clamping technology is based on the concept of fixing the workpiece in a clamping system that does not rotate during machining. This is why stationary clamping devices are classically used on milling machines. Here, only the tool itself rotates.

Stationary workpiece clamping technology for milling, grinding and measuring machines

In the Tool-Arena you will find a wide selection of high-precision stationary clamping technology for machine tools and machining centres, so you can quickly find the right clamping equipment for your requirements. We are at your side with quality brands such as Röhm, Hainbuch and AMF.

Discover, among other things, modular zero-point clamping systems that leave plenty of scope for individual design. Both hydraulic and manual clamping devices are used for process-reliable clamping in production and ensure short workpiece change times. Achieve a significantly higher machine running time with clamping plates and towers or use magnetic clamping technology to machine five sides of workpieces in just one set-up.

Which clamping technology suits my needs?

Depending on the scope of production and the problem, it is decided which clamping device is necessary for the corresponding clamping task. The following clamping systems provide an insight into the Tool-Arena range:

Zero-point clamping systems

Zero-point clamping systems, also called zero-point systems, enable the clamping of a workpiece with high repeat accuracy. Re-measuring the workpiece zero point is not necessary, as zero-point clamping systems have a constant referencing. This in turn reduces set-up times considerably.

Magnetic clamping systems

Magnetic clamping systems shine due to their short set-up time. In addition, 5-sided machining is possible, as the workpiece is only held by the resting side. The even and permanent magnetic clamping force also effectively minimises vibrations.

Vacuum clamping technology

Vacuum clamping technology is particularly suitable for workpieces that are flat on the underside. In this way, workpieces that are difficult to clamp mechanically can be fixed without any problems. Here, too, you can rely on a short set-up time and high precision. In addition, non-ferromagnetic materials can also be clamped.

Hydraulic swing clamps

If the clamping points have to be free during loading and unloading, the use of hydraulic swing clamps makes sense. Anyone planning such a clamping system should pay attention to both the swivel direction and the maximum swivel angle.

Bore clamp

Bore clamps centre and clamp workpieces. They combine a double-acting pull cylinder with segment clamping sleeves. They are used for raw and machined bores. They are particularly useful for multi-sided machining.

Support elements

As the name suggests, support elements are used to support workpieces during clamping. The advantage: their use makes machining vibration-free, no deflections occur.

Block cylinder

While double-acting block cylinders are used in any hydraulic operation with linear movement, single-acting block cylinders only come into play when no retraction force is required. They are also relevant when the piston is operated with external force.