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in the workpiece clamping technique
A compact overview with numerous examples of the application fields from horizontal processing
News and application examples in horizontal processing
A compact overview of our current new developments for a quick and safe die-change
of Quick-Die-Clamping and Changing technology
CENTRICK – the innovation in handling technology!
THE NEW "CENTRICK • TURN-KIPP-MANIPULATOR"
We offer two weight versions with a payload of 500 and 2000 kg
From now on our HILMA machine vices are available with clamping force control.
Now with clamping force control
Our modern magnetic clamping plates meet the highest safety standards.
Magnetic clamping systems
for the metal forming and machining
Here you can find informations about the companies and all products of the Römheld GmbH Friedrichshütte in Laubach, and the Hilma-Römheld GmbH in Hilchenbach and Stark Spannsysteme GmbH in Götzis. This site is being expanded step by step and the respective the websites www.roemheld.de, www.hilma.de, and www.stark-inc.com.
Energy-free grip rail coupling for transfer presses in sheet metal working wins in the category of “Automation & Handling”
Threaded-Body Work Supports
Hydraulic work supports are used to provide a self-adjusting rest for the workpiece during the machining operations. They compensate the workpiece surface irregularities, also vibration and deflection under machining loads. The threaded-body design allows for space saving and direct installation into the fixture body. Oil supply is made through drilled channels. In case of the double-acting version the return stroke of the support plunger is effected in a precisely defined time, that is above all advantageous in cycle-dependent installations.
For the manufacture of valve housings for passenger car transmissions, a large German carmaker ordered a production line comprising four processing stations including the associated equipment from GROB Werke in Mindelheim. If conventional clamping with standard components had been applied, the workpieces would have been deformed; sufficiently accurate processing within close tolerances would not have been possible.