Flexibility 5sides clear machining access All useful strokes used Work pieces larger than the table surface are machinable Unique tooling Simplified CNC or FMS programming Cost-effectiveness Limited capital outlay No maintenance No modification to the machine and to the line Energy-saving Reduced consumption of tools High-value over time
Safety Constant and concentrated force No electric power supply during clamping Ergonomic in operation No dispersion of magnetic flux No interference Productivity Easy and quick set-up Drastic reduction in downtime Higher stock-removal rates Facilitated interaction with CAD/CAM systems Improved finishing and greater accuracies
Selecting the right solution
The standard series of Super-EPM chucks include more versions which have different performance characteristics. Capable of adapting to different operating needs, depending on the thickness. The surface condition (or the operating air gap) and the dimensions of the work piece to be clamped. The clamping force of each version depends on the different dimension types of poles and on the configurations of the magnetic area.
Each pair of N/S poles generates an autonomous and defined force which is not influenced by the operating conditions of the other adjacent poles. Therefore by counting the number of poles occupied by the clamped piece it is possible to predetermine the force generated and consequently to establish the usable machine power with the relative machining parameters.
As an indication we can say that a pair of size 50 poles (50*50mm) can enable processing of up to 2 kw machine absorption, while a pair of size 75 poles (75*75mm) can go up to 4 kw
EPM50H High polar density version comprising size 50 poles with a force of 380 kgf for each pole.
Particularly suited to operating with fixed and mobile polar extensions, ideal for small and large pieces with normal operating air gaps, also with limited thicknesses.