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Built to reduce design and detail time, CMM fixture blocks and plates provide a work base with a combination of standard size mounting holes for positioning.
Locating pins are used for controlled, tight tolerances to increase accuracy in positioning workpieces on fixtures. Typically, two pins are needed to properly align the workpiece. We offer round pins that provide precise location in all directions, as well as relieved or diamond pins that provide clearance with less contact to prevent binding during loading and unloading. These can be used in many different applications including clamping tables, fixture plates, v-blocks and other common shop tools.
The most common types of fixture locating pins are: threaded locating pins, diamond locating pins, with bullet nose and pin liners.
Angle plates and angle irons are used to support workpieces in vertical positions for layout, tooling, and machining applications to prevent movement and distortion.
Fixture keys are used to locate jigs and fixtures on slotted machine tool tables and position the part to be machined in one operation. Our selection of fixture keys includes block keys and sine keys.
Work positioners allow you to move your workpiece to any position, eliminating the need for elaborate setups with clamps, vises, angle plates, etc. Ideal for soldering, welding, brazing, assembly, model making, etc.
Quick change fixture mounting systems provide fast installation with precise location to help reduce setup and changeover times. We offer quick change liners, bushings, shanks, and repair kits.
Gauge stops speed layout and set-up by eliminating exact position locators, as well as the need to remove the die or fixture for adjustment. The spring-loaded pin completely retracts into the gauge body. Tightening the set screw forces the ball outward, locking the gauge in position.
Alignment pins also know as aligning pins are removable locating devices used to precisely align mating workpieces in jigs and fixtures to workholders and workholding devices. Pieces are aligned by installing a pin in one part and a liner in the other.
Types of standard alignment pin handle styles include: T pins, L pins, convertible handle, and no handle.
Locking alignment pins are useful when the workholder is upside down.