Angular Clamp

Electromechanical with lead screw


  • clamping stroke 6 mm, which means high adaptability to varying heights of clamping edges
  • clamping in any position of the travelling path
  • position monitoring and an automatic cycle ensure high operational reliability
  • mechanical self-locking provides additional safety
  • resistant to high mechanical loads
  • shock-resistant up to a max. ram acceleration of 12 g
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The angular clamping element driven by an electric motor is automatically moved to the clamping edge of the die by an electrically driven lead screw. The clamping element is guided in the T-slot of the press. Power transmission from the clamping element to the clamping edge of the die is ensured by the rotation of the motor, by a flexspine gear and a wedge system. Advance Movement: Driven by an electric motor, the angular clamping element is moved to the clamping point. Clamping movement: The clamping force is transmitted to the clamping point in the axial direction of the angular lever. The clamping force and the clamping and unclamping positions are monitored by inductive proximity switches. The clamping force is maintained by mechanical selflocking, even in the event of power failure.

Max. clamp force (kN) 120 160
Motor voltage 460 460
Stroke (mm) 8 8
Length (mm) 409 409
Width (mm) 160 160
Height (mm) 870 870
Part no. HCR-8.2615.0101 Angular Clamp HCR-8.2616.0101 Angular Clamp
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