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Securely fix workpieces before milling, drilling, etc.

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RÖHM RKE-125 Machine Vise
Bergara
26 Bids
1,100 €
27/09/2018 11:02
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ARNOLD KNC-160 Machine Vise
Bergara
23 Bids
600 €
27/09/2018 11:58
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Machine Vise
Bergara
22 Bids
550 €
27/09/2018 11:52
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FRESMAK ARNOLD MAT 125 Machine Vise
Bergara
19 Bids
460 €
27/09/2018 11:05
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Machine Vise
Bergara
17 Bids
420 €
27/09/2018 11:03
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CRUCELEGUI H5-320 Machine Vise
Bergara
15 Bids
370 €
27/09/2018 11:48
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ARNOLD KNC-160 Machine Vise
Bergara
14 Bids
340 €
27/09/2018 12:00
KAMI HA 150 Hydraulic vice
Velen-Ramsdorf
0 Bids
340 €
closed
CRUCELEGUI H5-320 Machine Vise
Bergara
9 Bids
270 €
27/09/2018 11:51
KOHN NCS-125 M-HD Hydraulic Machine Vise
Sendenhorst
3 Bids
220 €
09/10/2018 10:41
KOHN NCS 125 M-HD Machine Vise
Sendenhorst
2 Bids
200 €
09/10/2018 10:33
machine vice
Velen-Ramsdorf
0 Bids
160 €
closed
HMB 13 - 160 Machine vise with turntable
Velen-Ramsdorf
0 Bids
110 €
closed

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Index

  1. Using a machine vise in industry
  2. History and development of the machine vise
  3. Areas of application and examples of machine vises
  4. Manufacturers of machine vises
Used machine vise front view of structure

Using a machine vise in industry

A machine vise is necessary to clamp in a workpiece. This is the case for all types of machine tools, no matter if it is a drilling or milling machine. Machines, where the workpieces rotate, use a clamping device with a rotating chuck. The machine vise is generally much more precisely produced than a normal vise. Thereby, it has a stronger clamping force.
  • Clamping in of a workpiece for processing
  • Various forms depending on the workpiece
  • Used in machining processes, workpiece and fixture construction
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The operation of a machine vise can be done manually, hydraulically or pneumatically. For NC and CNC-machines there are special types of vises. An important criteria of a vise is its clamping jaws. These can be switched and adjusted. A stable body supports the fixed clamping jaw. The movable clamping jaw travels along tracks, which is moved using a threaded spindle. On machine vises, this is a trapezoidal screw. Various forms like the normal parallel vise, swivel vise, revolving vise and the folding vise are common. A machine vise is accurately clamped onto the machining table using slots and sliding blocks. These sliding blocks ensure the precise alignment of the vise. Clamping jaws of various sizes are available.

Used machine vise screw device

History and development of the machine vise

A machine vise has been available since the first machine tools have been developed. The vise has a much older history. Vises have been used for a long time by blacksmiths. These were very similar to the construction of the current machine vises. A machine vise is more precisely manufactured and available in a variety of forms. With the introduction of NC and CNC-technology, the hydraulic and pneumatic machine vises were brought onto the market. These allow for the quick and automatic switching of tools, which allowed for the introduction of a loading system and can be operated through the use of a control panel.



Used machine vise detail view

Areas of application and examples of machine vises

In general, machine vises are used in machining processes, and tool and fixture manufacturing industries. Various sizes and special applications are common. For CNC-processing, hydraulic or pneumatically operated machine vises are used to make the process automatic. In the production of tools, special applications are used. These can be adjusted in relation to its own centre and be tilted to realise certain angles. With the processing of cutting tools, the individual segments of the cutting plate are conically milled into specific angles and after the hardening of the cutting surfaces, ground into very small angles. This is done by adjusting the vise using gauge blocks, which are available in graduations of a hundredth of a millimetre.

Manufacturers of machine vises

Several companies have specialised in the manufacturing of machine vises. Some of the most recommended suppliers include RÖHM, BEMATO, UWM, TOOLPOWER, UBK, AWM, HILMA RÖMHELD and OPTIMUM


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