KSG 125

Turning the spindle advances the moving jaw to the workpiece. The “trick with the handle” 2017 02 27 15 43 15 KSG 100 300x229 KSG 125then occurs. A 160° rotary movement of the sprinter lever brings the internal draw bar into use. The force transmission box located close to the fixed jaw draws the draw bar backwards using a mechanical transmission system.

  • Operation via hexagon connection
    Therefore more easier to operate
  • Spindle drive
    For highest clamping forces
  • Completely encapsulated tension rod
    Provides optimal protection against coolant and chips
  • Continuous clamping force adjustment
    For highest repeat accuracy
  • Mechanical force transmission
    For self-locking and vibration-resistant clamping
  • Standard jaw interface
    For using of standard chuck jaws from SCHUNK
  • Easy removal of spindle assembly group
    For easy cleaning and fast assembly without clamping brackets
  • Drainage slots
    For coolant and chips
  • Wear-resistant base body
    Therefore a longer life span at highest precision. Even with maximum clamping force
KSG 125 ultima modifica: 2017-02-27T15:54:24+01:00 da Cesare Cinelli