The clamping element of this specification adopts sunk pressure screws according to requirements.
Compared with the mechanical nut, the clamping element can produce high-strength pure axial force and adjustable and controllable clamping force in the fully closed oil chamber.
The clamping element is fixed by hand. Use an Allen wrench to screw in the two screws at the end face to act on the built-in hydraulic system, and the axial force converted from the hydraulic pressure will compress the workpiece. The end face of the workpiece is closely matched with the floating end face on the hydraulic cavity, and is firmly clamped by a safe and controllable axial force. This strong clamping force can be adjusted and controlled by the hierarchical clamping force display device. The clamping force scale can be changed according to the requirements.
When the mechanical nut is used for clamping, it will inevitably produce radial force, resulting in the displacement of the clamped workpiece, which will not occur here. The preset circular run-out accuracy will not be changed until the limit of the use of the milling cutter. Therefore, using this clamping element can obtain better processing results and shorter milling cutter correction time.
Lengthened and enlarged wrenches and hammers will no longer be needed. Therefore, it can greatly improve the simplicity of operation, reduce the time of replacement and avoid accidents.