Jergens Pull Studs Enable Quick Changeovers
SP140 and K02 pull studs offer quick-change solutions for vise or gripper jaws, electronic component manufacturing, packaging machines, medical technology and automation.
Jergens now offers two new ZPS installation choices for compact, light-duty applications. SP140 and K02 pull studs use pneumatics and a mechanical spring in a small package. They are designed to offer quick-change solutions for vise or gripper jaws, electronic component manufacturing, packaging machines, medical technology and automation.
SP140, which is said to be the smallest clamping module on the market, features a threaded body for low
SP140 and K02 are part of the ZPS offerings that use either pneumatic or hydraulic modules to fix, position and clamp all in one step. Additionally, ZPS ensures repeatability of up to 0.0002", and reduces cycle times by up to 90%. Users quickly and accurately locate and clamp vises or fixtures, or if preferred, attach retention studs to workpieces and then direct mount components for machining or welding, avoiding potential interference from jaws or clamps.
The product line includes a variety of driven tools, as well as static toolholders, for the Haas BMT turret.
These angled toolholders can position the insert at 30-, 45- or 60-degree angles for reliefs, undercuts and angled OD and face grooves.
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