The technology behind the
An ingenious device with a big impact
The CLAMPBOOSTER automates the clamping of the workpiece in a manual vise, bridging the large gap in automated CNC production.
With our solution, your robot can now do more than just load and unload.
Technical Details for CLAMPBOOSTER
Flexible and individually controlled torque: 5 - 100Nm
The flexible torque is selected in advance, between 5 and 100 Nm, and applied automatically.
Controlled opening width:
You can determine the desired opening width of the vise in advance based on the spindle revolutions on the vise.
Quick closing and opening times: approx. 5 seconds
Operating mode: electric
Drive: spin socket
For different wrench sizes and head shapes
Docking Plate: quickly and easily convertible
Compatible with vises from different manufacturers
Blow-off nozzle: integrated
The compressed air is used to remove chips and coolant from the workpiece and vise.
analog/digital or Profinet
Software updates: online
Remote maintenance: integrated
Mechanical system: maintenance-free
Weight: 1,95 kg
LxWxH 120mm x 100mm x 100mm
Connections: 100 - 240V AC, 6-2,5 A, Compressed air 5 - 6,5 bar
Clamping and releasing workpieces
in a manual vise
Preparing the vise
Only two holes have to be drilled on the face of the vise to fit two dowel pins.
Attaching to the robot arm
The CLAMPBOOSTER is attached to the robot arm.
Loading the workpiece
Once the robot has placed the workpiece in the vise, the CLAMPBOOSTER is ready for use.
It is positioned by the robot arm and tightens the vice according to the selected torque.
Unloading and starting the production process again
After the workpiece is processed in the milling machine, the CLAMPBOOSTER opens the vise.
Finally, the robot unloads the workpiece and the production process can start again (see Step 3).
Yes, the torque the CLAMPBOOSTER can generate is enormous. It works without influencing the robot, pins in the vise eliminate any torsional forces.
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• Fast implementation
• Increased output
• Longer machine run times
• Flexible response to a variety of requests
• Less labor-intensive production