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Hainbuch holds on for Southern Manufacturing

Hainbuch holds on for Southern Manufacturing

Added to MTDCNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 28 January 2015

At Southern Manufacturing 2015, workholding specialist Hainbuch will be demonstrating the capabilities of its extensive range from products from Stand T128. As a first time exhibitor to the UKs leading regional manufacturing event, Hainbuch will be hoping to make an impact at Farnborough with its line of static and rotary workholding products.

One product that will be drawing attention to the stand is the all-rounder of the manual vices, the Hainbuch Manok. With its incredible holding power,  precision and rigidity, MANOK has already surprised many users who never would have imagined that this kind of quality could be found in a manual clamping device.

In addition, customers can also mount an end-stop to the MANOK in no time at all. Simply, fasten the inside end-stop directly onto your machine tool table or mount a front end-stop on the face of the clamping taper and that's it. The MANOK is not only practical and economical, but it is also extremely versatile. For instance, the integrated actuation lever makes this possible by functioning as an additional force accumulator and acts as an anti-vibration device during milling.

The MANOK is ideal for a 5-sided machining with a repeatability  of less than 0.01 mm and it also makes sensitive manual clamping possible. As the absolute versatile solution for machining centers, measuring machines, broaching machines, drilling and laser marking machines, the MANOK is the must have clamping products.

Alongside the MANOK at Southern Manufacturing will be the TestIt series for testing clamping forces. In practical applications the holding power for solid components must be extremely strong. On the other hand, increasingly thin-walled and sensitive workpieces that are already contour near net, forged, or deep-drawn are being processed completely on machine tools. If something is clamped too strongly a sensitive part can be deformed.

The ideal clamping force can only be determined and adjusted through precise measurement. This is essential for a reliable process and repeatable workpiece clamping application. With TestIt you are on the safe side, it can conduct clamping force measurement for O.D. and I.D clamping,  can be used rotating [under RPM] and for stationary applications and it has data transmission via Bluetooth to a PC or notebook. For further details on these impressive new lines, come and see us at the Southern Manufacturing Show from the 10-12th February.

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