High-Pressure Vises support milling and grinding.

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Manufactured to precision tolerances, Arnold High-Pressure Vises provide controllable power and dependable clamping for variety of workholding applications. All-purpose Classic Hydravise delivers up to 18,000 lb of clamping pressure, with jaw widths ranging from 3.5–8 in. Hydraulic and mechanical spindles are available, as are narrow base configurations for applications requiring close mounting. Vises are also available for HMCs and VMCs, twin workpiece clamping, and 5-axis machining.



Original Press Release:



Dapra Introduces Full Line of High-Pressure Vises for Milling, Grinding and Other Production Workholding Applications



Dapra Corporation now offers a full line of Arnold high-pressure vises that provide controllable power and dependable clamping for a wide variety of workholding applications.



The Arnold family of vises, manufactured by world leader Fresmak, includes durable solutions that are suitable for milling, grinding, drilling, toolroom and production work. These vises are manufactured to precision tolerances and accurate standards to ensure reliability and long life.



Arnold’s all-purpose Classic Hydravise provides up to 18,000 lbs. of clamping pressure, with jaw widths ranging from 3.5” to 8”. Hydraulic and mechanical spindles are available, as are narrow base configurations for applications requiring close mounting.



Dapra also offers Arnold vises that are designed for horizontal and vertical machining centers; twin workpiece clamping; and 5-axis machining (featuring tall jaws). Self-centering vises with small footprints are available without high-pressure clamping.



For a full overview of the Arnold family of vises, or to view an introductory video, please visit: http://www.dapra.com/workholding/arnold/



For more information, please contact:

Mike Bitner – Vice President, Sales and Product Management

Dapra Corporation

Phone: (860) 616-1172

mbitner@dapra.com


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