5/14/2018

Clamping System Has Internal Channel for Locking Control

Originally titled 'Clamping System Has Internal Channel for Locking Control'
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A clamping system from FCS has a dedicated internal channel for the swarf evacuation and the locking control, and it is capable of adapting to the workpiece.

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FCS North America will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

Plan to meet up with their team or get registered here!

FCS product lines include engineering (standardized clamping seats and virtual environment to design, configure and analyze the FCS clamping system), clamping (modular and standardized clamping systems (Manual Breyl & Automatic) for products and production fixtures), motion (automatic handling and storage systems for products and production fixtures) and control (flexible control software systems for managing the production processes work flow).

Automatic clamping devices for products and production equipments are based on a mechanical locking-unlocking system pneumatically activated. The company says that it is easy to fix the clamp onto a CNC machine table. The clamping system has a safety locking system that is normally closed with a dedicated internal channel for the swarf evacuation and the locking control, and it is capable of adapting to the workpiece or pallet deformation.

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