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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS FORM HOLDING CLAMPS pag. FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Wedge Style/Round pag. FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Wedge Style/Square pag. FORM HOLDING CLAMPS pag. JAWS for external Form Holding pag. JAWS for internal Form Holding TAPERED SCREWS for internal Form Holding

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Form Holding Clamps that have a machinable jaw to hold irregular-shaped workpieces

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Two optional jaws clamping workpieces both on its external form and internal form. For internal form holding For external form holding

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Body Part Number Part Number Technical Data:    Notes: • Part locating repeatability: ±0.03 • Jaw locating repeatability: ±0.02 • Never tighten the locking screw without: a part mounted, to avoid damag e and deform a tion. • Do not machine the jaw deeper than allowed. • 1 of locking ring . 1 of diamond pin . 1 of socket-hea d cap screw

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Hole Preparation When the locking screw is tightened, the central bottom part of the jaw is pulled down. At the same time the 4 jaw sections tilt toward the center to clamp the circumference of a part. The diaphram clamping mechanism allows securely clamping a part with 4 jaw sections. Different irregularly-shaped parts can be clamped. 0.15mm clamping stroke of each jaw section is perfect for clamping of lost-wax parts, die-cast parts, extruded parts, solid-drawn parts, prefinished parts, etc. How To Use Body Mounting Socket-Head Cap Screws Locking Ring Note : Locate the...

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Locking Ring Part Number Form holding clamps Body Just changing jaws allows holding different parts. 51992212 51992213 How To Remove Jaw When it is hard to remove the jaw by hand, screw a bolt into the jaw-removing tapped hole to push it against the body, for easier removal.

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Mounting-on-lathe adapters Body Steel (SCM415) Black oxide finish Carburized-hardened Part Number Form holding clamps Using these adapters allow mounting a Form Holding Clamp on the lathe. Mounting-On-Lathe Adapter Form Holding Clamp, Note : A diamond pin included with a FormHolding Clamp is not required in this combination use.

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Wedge Style/Round Steel(S45C) Black oxide finished Steel(S45C) Black oxide finished Part Number Steel(S45C) Black oxide finished Quenched & tempered Steel(S45C) Black oxide finished Quenched & tempered Part Number Technical Information: 1 of locking button 8 27 Spring pin (ø 5x10L for 51992218) (ø Information: Technical6x14L for 51992219) M 10x1.5 -35L Locating repeatability: Furnished Parts: 1 of locking button Spring pin (ø 5x10L for 51992218) (ø 6x14L for 51992219) Clamping Do not tighten the clamping screw without the workpiece Force Allowable Screw Torque Weight Do...

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPSWedge Style/Round Features: - When the clamp screw is tightened, both jaws tilt toward the center to clamp the circumference of the workpiece. - The clamping stroke is 0.5mm. - Cutting the machinable jaw to the contours of parts allows holding parts of different shapes. - Simple and compact design permits multiple-parts holding arrangement. Part Number How To Machine Jaws ® Setting the locking button Insert the locking button into the jaw, and then tighten the clamp screw to fasten the locking button. (Using a cap screw facilitates setting) (2) Machining the jaw Cut the...

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPSWedge Style/Square Body Part Number Part Number Furnished Parts: • Do not tighten the clamping screw without the workpiece set to prevent damage and deformation. • Do not machine the Jaws beyond the machinable depth. • 1 of locking button for 51992220/51992222 2 of locking button for 51992221/51992223 • 2 of parallel pin (m6 tollerance) (0 5x10L for 51992220/51992222) (0 6x15L for 51992221/51992223)

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Wedge Style/Square Features: • When the clamp screw Is tightened, both Jaws tilt toward the center to clamp the circumference of the workpiece • The clamping stroke is 0.5mm. • Cutting the machinable jaw to the contours of parts allows holding parts of different shapes. • Simple and compact design permits multiple-parts holding arrangement. Clamp Screw Part Number How To Machine Jaws ® Setting the locking button Insert the locking button into the jaw, and then tighten the clamp screw to fasten the locking button. (Using a cap screw facilitates setting)

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPS Note: Jaws must be ordered separately Body Part Number Part Number Proper Jaws • Part locating repeatability: ±0.03    Do not actuate clamping without a workpiece to avoid damage and • Jaw locating repeatability: ±0.02    deformation. Tightening with torque greater than the allowable screw torque will lower the durability of the jaw. • 51992224: 1 pc. of Diamond Locating Pin • 51992225: 1 pc. of Diamond Locating Pin • 51992226: 1 pc. of Diamond Locating Pin • 51992227: 1 pc. of Diamond Locating Pin • 51992228/...29/...30/...31: Jaws for External Form Holding •...

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FORM HOLDING CLAMPSFeatures: How to use: Part Number Insert an included diamond pin into the body for locating and secure the body to the fixture plate with 4 socket-head cap screws. Note: Use either of the holes for diamond locating pin for your application.

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Part Number Furnished Parts: Features • 1 pc. of O-ring • 1 pc. of Locking Ring • 1 pc. of Hex Socket Button Head Screw • The diaphram clamping mechanism allows securely clamping a part with 8 jaw sections. • 0.15mm clamping stroke of each jaw section is perfect for clamping of lost-wax parts, die-cast parts, extruded parts, solid-drawn parts, prefinished parts, etc. ©When the cam cylinder is tightened, the central bottom part of the jaw is pulled down. (D At the same time the 8 jaw sections tilt toward the center to clamp the external form of a part.

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