Three-jaw chucks, four-jaw chucks, quick-change collet chucks, milling vises and more—the broad range of workholding choices in today's manufacturing environment can be overwhelming. There is much to consider when determining what type of workholding will allow those green lights to remain illuminated. As parts and materials have advanced—and lot sizes and cycle times have decreased—tools and methods that were once standard have been replaced by better, more advanced technologies. The key to being prepared is the ability to recognize which advancements are essential to your operation.
Workholding and tooling are every bit as important to productivity as the machine tool itself—they should not be an after thought. Accuracies, change-over-time, lot sizes, materials, run-out, cost, flexibility, cycle time and rigidity all play an important role in your business' success.
Hainbuch America's experience in workholding for the past 65 years has given them an insight into some of the most challenging workholding faced each and every day. They would like to share their expertise to help every manufacturer be as productive as possible.Presented by: