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   Fixtures, Workholding
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Techniks offers a magnetic workholding system
Techniks offers a magnetic workholding system
MagVISE magnetic chucks from Techniks provide faster setups and part change-over times than manual methods.

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Vice clamping system offers several technical improvements
Vice clamping system offers several technical improvements
Röhm Products of America redesigned its RKE NC-Compact Vice clamping system to include several technical improvements to further optimize its function in CNC machining centers with high working accuracy.

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Diaphragm clamping system is for small parts
Diaphragm clamping system is for small parts

SCHUNK's VERO-S SPM-138 diaphragm clamping system allows users to machine the contour of their workpieces into the SPM unit.

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LMC workholding offers steel body, cast iron manual chucks
LMC workholding offers steel body, cast iron manual chucks
LMC Workholding offers Chandox brand steel body and cast iron manual chucks for various applications.

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Centric vise is for 5-axis machining
Centric vise is for 5-axis machining
The newly redesigned RZM centric vice from Röhm Products of America provides exceptional workholding rigidity and contributes significantly to higher accuracy 5-axis machining.

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Article results:
Tips for using zero-point clamping systems
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: April 2014
If your shop is looking for a low-cost, simple and effective way to reduce setup time, consider zero-point clamping.

Hold tight
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: March 2014
A unique collet-and-cartridge workholding system for machining small parts.

Why good live centers go bad
Author: Mitchell Kirby, Vice President of Manufacturing, Riten Industries Inc.
Published: February 2014
Regardless of a live center's brand, its quality is acceptable or the center manufacturer wouldn't be in business. In addition, most center designers have kept pace with today's high-horsepower machines, aggressive machining parameters and high-pressure coolant applications to avoid limiting the accuracy and service life of a live center.

Grip and go
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: December 2013
Vise jaws that grip as little as 2mm of workpiece material without special tooling or machining a gripping feature.

Vacuum grips where some vises fail
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: December 2013
Suppose your boss enjoys cooking shows. One day he hands you his design sketch for the latest and greatest pie tin. “Here, make me a prototype,” he says. “I’m entering a pastry contest.” How do you machine this?

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