The new RZM from Röhm is designed to meet these requirements. Without any additional substructures or special jaws, the centric clamping unit holds the workpiece securely - with a minimum interference contour as is standard with 5-axis clamping.
The special features of the RZM are the relatively high position of the clamping jaws, the spindle situated at the top, close to the jaws, the length of the jaws themselves and the compact design, which serves to keep interference contours to a minimum. The characteristic height of the vice covers most interference circle dimensions for processing spindles. The outstanding guidance characteristics are based on a patent-protected jaw guidance system. In this innovative design, the first jaw moves on the outside and the second inside, along the base body. This quasi-telescopic arrangement makes it possible to realise an exceptional guidance length without placing any significant limits on the 5-axis processing.