We use the true definition of the term modular; product which is composed of separate or separable elements. With these separate or separable elements we can achieve many different clamping solutions. The only different component of these clamping solutions is the base. The base length determines the clamping capacity while all other components remain the same. Fixed and movable vise jaws can be used with any base configuration, offering the most flexible workholding solutions available. This modular system allows the user to realize the maximum number of workholding combinations with the minimum investment in equipment.
All components are constructed from oversize steel profiles ensuring the equipment is exceptionally sturdy and can provide the user with optimal performance. Wear parts are special treated to achieve a surface hardness of 50/60 HRC. All non-ground surfaces are burnished to protect against corrosion.
A patented system allows quick repositioning of the clamping jaws. The clamping jaw is lifted slightly from the base and shuttled to the next clamping position then lowered into place. Part changeovers and size changes can be made quickly and easely.
The jaws of the equipment have a descending movement of 0.2 mm, therefore, upon closing, they drag the piece against the support base of the same. In addition to precision, this system guarantees the absence of vibrations as the adherence of the piece to the support surface is constantly maintained.
The standard CLAK system allows the quick-change of parallels, angular parallels, soft jaws and “V “jaws in order to machine any workpiece.
The weight of 25 kg (55 lb.) for the 150 mm. x 200 mm. (6”x 8”) vise and simple clamping system allow for easy movement from one machine tool to another.