EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Trends Clamping Technology

    Safe clamping solution with small clamping surface

    The new Sintergrip has been designed to meet the current demand for clamping a workpiece over a very few millimeters so that the workpiece can be completely machined in a single operation.

    26 Jun. 2017
    Compared to conventional systems, Sintergrip clamping jaws require a smaller clamping surface with the result that less waste is generated.

    According to the company, the vise jaws grip just 3.5 mm of material to facilitate the five-axis machining of high-value workpieces with minimal waste material. As a result, the jaws allow access for machining with short cutting tools for high-rate metal removal and high accuracy in a single setup. The system therefore saves money for raw materials and improves the performance of the machine tool since higher cutting speed and a higher feed rate is said to mean a larger volume of metal removed and therefore less time needed to machine the workpiece. As the manufacturers also point out, the market requires a safe clamping solution that also avoids any deformation of the workpiece itself. The jaws use serrated solid carbide inserts of the type ISO P30:P35 and coated with the PVD method.

    Contact: Lorenzo Bergantin, Officina Meccanica Lombarda (OML) S.r.l.
    Tel. +39 0382 559613
    E-mail: lorenzo@omlspa.it
    Website: www.omlspa.it

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