Gear Expo Preview: Hainbuch Booth 600
August 19, 2013—Changing over from O.D. clamping to I.D. clamping without disassembling the base clamping device is done in a matter of two minutes with the Hainbuch modular system. With Mando Adapt, just place the mandrel in the mounted clamping device. It’s a great time-savings solution, not to mention that Mando Adapt is extremely rigid and precise.
Mandrel type 213: This mandrel type is suitable for small clamping diameters and extremely slender mandrel bodies. In comparison with the Mando T211 with draw bolt, the segmented clamping bushing is not released via ejector pins in the mandrel body; rather it is coupled in on the upper end of the draw bolt. Thanks to this trick, the mandrel body can be implemented with even more rigidity. That’s why this mandrel type is in such demand, particularly for gear cutting applications where interrupted cuts are on the daily agenda. The vulcanized segmented clamping bushings are supplied as a clamping unit mounted on the draw bolt and thus can be conveniently changed. For greater clamping diameter, you can also change the segmented clamping bushings individually through the use of two-piece draw bolts.
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