05.11.2020 - 11:00

Clamping force block for those who are new to automation

SCHUNK already offers cost effective solutions for component handling with its lean automation program and the Plug & Work portfolio for cobots. Now the competence leader for gripping systems and clamping technology expands its offering for stationary workpiece clamping and launches a maintenance-low vise for the entry into the world of automation.

The pneumatically actuated clamping force block SCHUNK TANDEM PGS3-LH 100 can be directly mounted via the integrated flange on the machine tables, dividing heads or SCHUNK VERO-S NSL3 150 clamping stations of machining centers. Its compact and square design ensures optimum accessibility and enables a considerable stroke of 6 mm per jaw. With a clamping force of 4,500 N and a repeat accuracy of 0.02 mm, the low-maintenance SCHUNK TANDEM PGS3 is excellently suitable for basic applications in the field of aluminum and plastics machining. Special quality features include a chip-repelling design, the surface-treated components in the power flux, and the fact that the long base jaw guidances avoid a lifting up of the chuck jaws. The vise can be equipped with all standard top jaws with tongue and groove (KTR, KTR-H) from the world’s largest chuck jaw program from SCHUNK. The vise is prepared for immediate incorporation into any machine tool: it has lateral air connections and built-in keyways.

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