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Clamping/Gripping/Locating/Positioning Products

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Fixtureworks will showcase its extensive clamping, gripping, locating, positioning, roller, bumper and support products at Booth 3139 during WESTEC 2013. The exhibit will feature the new urethane covered bearing rollers. Available in stock, ready to ship with no lead time, no minimum order and no tooling required, they are available in both” and metric sizes. This is counter to traditional availability of these types bearing rollers, many of which require leadtime, minimum orders and tooling. They have a smooth urethane surface that is cast directly on a precision sealed ball bearing. Not only are they smooth and provide for quiet and non-marring operation, they also provide excellent abrasion resistance and durability.

The” and metric sizes are offered in two styles, single bearing and double bearing. The single bearing style is available in diameter sizes from 0.750 to 3" and from 20 to 70 mm. Widths range from 0.196 to 0.563" and 5 to 12 mm.

The double bearing style is available in diameters from 0.750 to 3.00” and 20 to 70 mm, with widths from 0.392 to 1.125" and 10 to 24 mm. Durometers are available from 35 to 95 in both inch and metric sizes.

In addition, also on exhibit will be Fairlane® Products cam follower covers, press fit rollers, the full line of grippers, rest pads, Swivots® swivel/pivoting positioning components, Quick Release ball-lock pins, rollers and bumpers; Kipp® spring plungers, rest and riser pads, levers, handles, knobs, and hand wheels; Imao® supports and stops, risers, T-nuts, sliding mounts, springs, supports, grid plates and blocks; OK-Vise® single and double wedge clamp designs; Mitee-Bite® low-profile edge clamps; and Modern Industries mPower™ product line which includes quick change precision locating and mounting systems and modular tooling, plates and columns.           

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