The fixture clamps are used for machining of dimensionally stable workpieces in single or multiple clamping fixtures. Due to their compact design they can be arranged in a very limited space. Fixture clamps are especially suitable for series manufacturing in automated mode.
The double-acting cylinder function combined with central lubrication and good swarf protection guarantees a high process safety.
All threads and ports are at the bottom to allow a space-saving arrangement of several clamping points in a very limited space. If fixing from below is not possible an adaptor plate for manifold mounting or tube connection is available. As accessory also blanks of clamping jaws are available for adaptation to the workpiece contour.
The fixture clamp is only suitable for exterior clamping.
The fixture clamp with fixed jaw consists of a very small base body with integrated hydraulic cylinder which actuates the movable jaw. The fixed jaw can be equipped with a pneumatic seat control.
The fixture clamp with concentric clamping function consists of a very slim base body with 2 integrated hydraulic cylinders. The piston forces are transferred via a guided connecting link to the two clamping slides so that a centric synchronism is obtained.
Position-flexible fixture clamps can additionally clamp and support a workpiece, which is already positioned and clamped in fixed stops, at unstable workpiece sections. The fixture clamp with position-flexible clamping function consists of a very slim basic body with 2 integrated hydraulic cylinders. The piston forces are transferred via two connecting links to the two clamping slides that can be moved independently of each other.
During clamping both clamping slides contact the workpiece nearly without force.
Only then the clamping pressure and thereby the clamping force increases. Due to wedging of the clamping slides these are protected against displacement. Thereby the workpiece is floatingly held without deformation.
Clamping fixture for a pedal of a commercial vehicle.
Concentric clamping of 8 flanges on a rotary indexing fixture.