Production Machining

JAN 2018

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE Lang Technovation Co. 1020 James Drive, Suite I Hartland, WI 53029 Phone: 262-446-9850 Fax: 262-446-9851 :: A M E M B E R O F PRODUCTS / SERVICES The Lang name stands for ingenuity and innovation in clamping, optimization of setup time and automation. Customers across the world trust our experience in metalcutting and manufacturing. We keep our eye on the big picture in order to optimize your processes. A perfect, combined package of workholding, zero-point clamping and automation, along with our unrivaled stamping technology provides the necessary requirements to stay efficient and competitive. With Lang, your work will become easier. Since they're modular, our products build onto each other, complement each other and seamlessly combine with machinery and components from other manufacturers. 34 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2018 Quick-Point Zero-Point Clamping System The modular mechanical Quick-Point zero-point clamping system can be retrofitted to almost all machine tables, making it a perfect solution for time saving change-overs of vises, fixtures and workpieces. Whether vertical or horizontal machining, whether single or multi clamping, there is a model that fits your needs. Makro-Grip Stamping Technology The form-closure technology is a Lang exclusive. The workpiece is stamped outside of the machine tool with up to 20 tons of hydraulic pressure, before being clamped in the Makro-Grip five-axis vise. Clamping scenarios that require high holding power, but where the danger of workpiece deforma- tion exists, can be mastered with the stamping process. Clean-Tec Cleaning Fan Clean-Tec provides efficient, automatic in-process cleaning of workpieces and fixtures. It is perfectly suited for cleaning pallets and workpieces prior to their automated removal. It is stored like a common tool and selected automatically via a CNC program and helps save expensive compressed air. Its fiberglass compound steel center core can be clamped in every common shank that is 20 mm or 3 / 4 " in diameter.

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