Side clamps are designed to apply workholding forces to the side of a workpiece, leaving the top free of obstructions during the machining process. There are a wide variety of styles available to suit an application's unique needs.
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For smaller clamping spaces. Tightening the ball screw forces the clamp forward and downward.
Ideal for smaller clamping spaces. Tightening the ball screw forces the clamp forward and downward.
The jaws move forward and downward as the ball screw is tightened.
These spiral cam clamps offer a low-profile design and high holding forces.
Low profile. Turn the cam nut to force the jaw forward and downward.
Used with the V-pads for clamping round pieces.
Round ball and flat ball style socket head screws.
Clamp moves downward and forward as it is engaged.
A cam forces the jaws forward for fast and secure workholding.
Tightening the hex screw drives the clamp forward and downward.