Machine tool vise 010 140 ARNOLD CLASSIC series

machine tool vise
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for machine tools
spring, rotary
Other characteristics
high-pressure, automatic
Max. clamping force

40 kN, 50 kN, 80 kN


- Accuracy of 0.01 mm in clamping repeatability. - Monoblock design avoids deformations due to high pressure and offers great rigidity and robustness. - The force applied by the high pressure spindle is transmitted to the work-piece right in the centre of the clamping jaw. - Large aperture up to 375 mm and 845 mm if the body is in two parts. - Clamping force is 25/40/50/80 kN, depending on the model. - ARNOLD CLASSIC spindles can be used independently from the vice as a power clamping element in a workholding set up. - Designed to automate processes and robotize them. - Fitted with a single acting oleo-dynamic spindle, with spring push-back effect. - Rotary connection at the inlet and the outlet for oil. - Automatic stroke for closing and opening up to 4 mm. - Adjustable clamping force and directly proportional to oil pressure input (see manual). - Two part straight vice option upon request. - Common features page 32. ELEMENTS REQUIRED - Hydraulic unit or single acting 500 bar pneumo-hydraulic pump with vice unit connection hose, pressure control switch, safety valve integrated into the unit and ON-OFF switch. - Pressure gauge. VERSIONS Standard Clamping to the machine table can be achieved through the holes and the slots on the side of the vice. It can be supplied with a rotary base. Straight Its narrowness makes it easy for it to be placed jointly parallel to another vice, thereby allowing for a large clamping unit for large workpieces. Two part straight Ideal for large work-pieces. It clamps the work-pieces on top of the guides or on top of the table. An inner tie-rod joins both parts of the vice.


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