Garant Xtric Vice Expands by 4 Base Lengths
Garant Xtric centering vice is provided with center jaw, gripper mounting holes and Endutec automation interface.
Garant Xtric centering vice
The Hoffmann Group has expanded the Garant Xtric range by four base lengths. Xtric is available in an extra small size with a base length of 136 mm for processing small components. Sizes extra small, small and medium are available in a jaw width of 80 mm. Vices with a jaw width of 125 mm, 32-kN clamping force and a length of up to 270 mm in sizes extra small, small and medium are also available. All models are alternatively available with pivot jaws.
The Garant Xtric can be quickly converted into a double vice. The user simply changes the standard spindle bearing and inserts the center jaw. The jaws, which can be rotated 180 degrees and interchanged precisely to the micrometer, are then put back in place. With the click mechanism and gripper jaws, blanks can be clamped without pre-stamping. Top jaws suitable for the “Lang” system are also available. All models are equipped with an Endutec automation interface, which can be used as a coolant hole, as well as gripper mounting holes on both sides as standard.
For attachment to the machine table, the vice offers longitudinal slots, holes for the Lang positioning system with a pitch of 52 or 96 mm, as well as adapter plates for clamping on the Zero Clamp zero point system or other zero point clamping systems.
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