Shrink-fit and hydraulic holders are both useful in low clearance, tight work envelopes found in moldmaking and multi-axis machining applications. When deciding which one to use, their differences will guide your choice.
In the most recent “Depth of Cut”, a monthly column written by BIG KAISER experts for Fabricating & Metalworking magazine, Unilock product manager, John Zaya suggests to the metalworking community that it’s time we start changing how we think about workholding.
Learn how to trim once four-hour jobs down to just 40 minutes by turning to a simple, yet powerfully versatile, alternative to helical interpolation, in the recent Fabricating & Metalworking magazine column by BIG KAISER’s applications manager and KAISER product manager, Matt Tegelman.
In a recently published article for Fabricating & Metalworking magazine, our workholding product manager, John Zaya, shares a variety of ways zero-point workholding systems are valuable in manufacturing operations.