9/22/2015

Lightweight Key Bar Chucks Offer Application Flexibility

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Among the workholding products Rohm will showcase at EMO 2015 are its Duro-TA XT key bar chucks, which were designed with weight reduction, workpiece accessibility and application flexibility in mind.

Among the workholding products Rohm will showcase at EMO 2015 are its Duro-TA XT key bar chucks, which were designed with weight reduction, workpiece accessibility and application flexibility in mind. Said to be as much as 75 percent lighter than competitive designs, the chucks feature extended and easily detachable guideways that allow for a wide clamping range, and quick conversion between small and large workpieces. Additionally, through the direct mount on the base body, these guideways provide high rigidity, stability and protection against dirt and dust.

The company also offers electrically powered clamp-release units; redesigned compact vises; micro-clamping technology; complete workholding solutions for crankshaft machining; and an online custom clamping jaw configurator. 

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