Electromechanical self-centering clamping vise EZC
Electrification in the mechanical engineering sector
Energy-efficient production – trends in mechanical engineering.
To optimize the manufacturing environment it is seeked to replace fluid-driven components within the machine tool or production system by electromechanical components.
Electromechanical components are more energy efficient than pneumatically or hydraulically operated systems. In the field of workpiece clamping technology electrically driven compressors or aggregates had to generate so far air or oil pressure continuously to hold or clamp workpieces during machining securely.
Pneumatic and hydraulic clamping technology is still justified, however, opportunities are opening with electromechanical systems, which can bring significant advantages to the users.
A central lubrification system for the use in 24/7 automation cells can be offered.
Built-in versions are available upon request.
If necessary, additional purge air offers protection against dirt and coolants .
Advantages at a glance
- Integrated sensor system
- Material: modified steel surface hardened,
- Finish: functional surface precision grinded
- Ground-in and clearance-free adjusted
- Centering accuracy ±0,005 mm
- Repetition accuracy 0,003 mm
- Pairing accuracy 0,01 mm
Description electromechanical centre-clamping vise EZC
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* with soft block jaws.
** Clamping force is the arithmetic sum of the individual forces occuring at the jaws.
Highlights of electromechanical centre-clamping vises:
- Energy efficiency without any energy conversion
- Power supply only for clamping and unclamping necessary
- Self-locking system 1
- Clamping force and clamping width can be steplessly programmed 3
- Control of the clamping force and clamping situation possible (clamped / unclamped)
- Direct connection to the machine controller possible
- Suitable for pallet automation and workpiece automation
- Compact drive system, 100% covered 2
- Overall height optimized for the 5- and multi-axis machining 4
- Large clamping stroke
Due to the electric operation of this centre-clamping vise series the clamping process can be shortened or completely automated by the use of industrial robots.