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Schunk offers single-acting clamping vise
The KSO from Schunk Inc. is a specially developed single-acting clamping vise and can be easily adjusted to customer-specific specific requirements.
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New system of tooling blocks, fixture plates is for HMCs
Carr Lane Manufacturing is introducing a new system of tooling blocks and fixture plates for quick fixturing change on horizontal machining centers.
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Fasteners are for quick changeovers and frequent setups
Fixtureworks offers a complete lineup of Imao "One-Touch" fasteners.
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Vises are available in manual, reverse, hydraulic versions
Kurt introduces new 8-inch VersatileLock vises available in manual, reverse and hydraulic versions.
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LMC offers Tecnologie FRB face drivers and live centers
After introducing mechanical face drivers to the U.S., LMC Workholding offers patented face drivers and live centers from Tecnologie FRB.
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Saving Face: Get A Grip On Machined Parts With Face Drivers
Author: Mitchell Kirby, Riten Industries Inc.
Published: August 2014

When turning long parts, the traditional workholding technique is to chuck one end of the part and support the other end with a live or dead center. This is generally effective but has two drawbacks.
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Diaphragm Chucks Offer High-end Holding
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: August 2014

Diaphragm chucks are ideal for thin-walled parts or parts made with delicate materials, according to the Workholding column in the August 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.
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Rotary Tables Tackle Heavy Loads With Ease
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: June 2014

Tired of your wimpy 5C indexer or NC rotary table giving up its position faster than a politician after an election? Maybe it's time to supersize that commodity indexer.
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Heavy-Duty Hydro
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: May 2014

Hydraulic vises ofer accurate workholding for workpieces large and small.
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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.
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OML's SinterGrip
OML's SinterGrip vise jaws demonstration.
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IMTS 2012 Roundup
Cutting Tool Engineering offers a full report on the myriad press conferences and media events held during the International Manufacturing Technology Show 2012 at Chicago's McCormick Place. The Sept. 10-15 show attracted nearly 22% more visitors than in 2010.
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Kennametal Targets Weakest Link
Mike Ramsey, vice president of Global MTI Sales at Kennametal Inc., provides an overview of the company's new KM4X spindle connection system, which is said to triple the bending resistance compared to other systems.
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EMAG Unveils 'The Nebenzeit Killer'
Introduced at IMTS 2012, EMAG L.L.C.'s VL 2 P machining system with pendular technology gets its nickname, "The Nebenzeit Killer," from its reported ability to kill idle time.
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Adept Adapter
Dr. Jeffrey Badger fields a question from a shop truing its diamond wheels offline, then remounting them onto the non-tapered spindle without using an adapter. The shop is wondering whether its tight wheel tolerances negate the need for an adapter.
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