Precision Clamping

TANDEM KSP+64

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Clamping force blocks are a classic among stationary clamping systems. SCHUNK presents a major development in miniature self-centering clamping technology. The TANDEM KSP+64 pneumatic self-centering vise achieves a repeat accuracy of up to 0.01 mm, according to the company.

 

The compact KSP 64 clamping force block with its one-piece, extremely rigid base body achieves gripping forces of up to 4500 N. The 64 mm footprint allows for multiple units to be closely mounted, 16 vises in 1 square foot. A host of jaws allow for great flexibility and customization. Each jaw can stroke 2 mm in 0.06 seconds.

 

The TANDEM KSP self-centering clamping force block is available in sizes 100mm, 160mm and 250mm.

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