WS5-4501

MCP-Series 5-Axis Fixed-Jaw Manual Vise

fixed jaw, mechanical operation

Features

  • allow unrestricted tool access for multiple-side machining
  • patented sliding-jaw segment design
  • one fixed jaw, and one moving jaw that clamps against it
  • available in the four sizes shown below

 

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MCP-series 5-axis vises have optimal features to allow unrestricted tool access for multiple-side machining. The standard fixed-jaw version shown here has one fixed jaw, and one moving jaw that clamps against it. Available in the four sizes shown below, with the following jaw widths:
            40mm
60mm
100mm
125mm
The MCP series is a further refinement of our high-precision MC vise series. These new vises combine a very compact, fully enclosed design with a patented sliding-jaw segment design. Thanks to the adjusting spindle arranged in the upper part of the housing, deformation in the base during clamping is reduced to a minimum, providing high rigidity of the entire workholding system. The patented segment design ensures a high degree of precision and stability, reducing guiding clearance to nearly zero.
Mounting on Quintus 1 Riser 
Quintus Vise Adaptor Plate
Due to its small size, the MC40 vise must first be mounted on a Quintus Vise Adaptor Plate (CL-130-01-QRFP), which is then mounted on the Quintus 1 riser. To locate the vise on the adaptor plate, use two Fixture Locating Pins, a round pin for zero-point centering and a diamond pin for single-axis centering. To fasten the vise, use six M6 x 30mm socket-head cap screws inserted through the plate from below. Next, install a Quintus 1 pull-down bolt in the adaptor plate’s M10 bottom center hole. To locate the adaptor plate, the Quintus 1 riser utilizes its two integral locating pins, a round pin for zero-point centering and a diamond pin for single-axis centering, which fit into the two 10mm locating holes underneath the plate. Turning the Quintus mechanism exerts 2700 lbs of force on the pull-down bolt. See Related Products below for mounting accessories.
Mounting on a Vise Adaptor Plate
Vise Adaptor Plate mounted directly on a rotary table. To locate the vise, use two Fixture Locating Pins, a round pin for zero-point centering and a diamond pin for single-axis centering. To fasten the vise, use six M6 x 30mm socket-head cap screws inserted through the plate from below. See Related Products below for mounting accessories.
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Unique design allows clear tool access to five-out-of-six workpiece sides.