September 2, 2011

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Updated Machining Vise Offers More Clamping Force

A company is replacing a currently available model of machining vise with an upgraded version of an older model. The D688 features an 8.8-in. jaw opening and repeatability to within 0.001 in. It is replacing the D675. The new model produces up to 7968 lb of clamping force with 80 ftËšlbf input torque. The D688 has a jaw capacity that is 25% greater than that of the D675 model, and its clamping torque is greater by 36%. The distance from the keyway to the stationary jaw is identical in the two models, so they can be easily aligned on a vise table. The vise is designed with an alloy steel screw mechanism and high-precision roller bearings. The vise has a porosity-free ductile iron body, which is designed to provide overall vise rigidity while absorbing machining vibration.

Kurt Manufacturing Co.
Minneapolis, MN, 877/226-7823

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