Hainbuch publishes aerospace workholding brochure


As an innovator in the workholding sector, Hainbuch has published a new eight-page brochure for the aerospace industry.

le="font-size: 1em;">The new brochure is packed with new technology that has been developed specifically for manufacturers in this technically demanding industry sector.

The company is all too aware of the challenges from an industry that is driven by time constraints, exacting component and material specifications and the geometric complexity of the parts machined.

The new brochure has detailed information on product lines such as the double independent ID clamping system, the segmented bushing chuck, the segmented T213 mandrel and the TOPlus pull back chucks. In each instance, Hainbuch demonstrates common aerospace components and their respective machining problems.

Hainbuch www.hainbuch.com



Hainbuch Ltd

Related Articles

Flying high for engineering

The Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) is a showcase to display some of the UK’s most advanced manufacturing. Ed Hill hears how the organisers are helping the industry to generate new business.
6 years ago Features

Farnborough closes on a real high

At the close of the Farnborough International Airshow five day trade exhibition organisers confirmed that the show had recorded orders and options to the value of US$123.9 billion defying industry expectations.
6 years ago News

Making the grade in aerospace

To ensure that the most efficient, cost-effective cutting tools are designed and made available to the global aerospace manufacturing industry, Iscar’s aerospace industry manager remains in constant communication with all of the major sub- sectors involved.
6 years ago Products
Most recent Articles

MoU signed for net zero combustion engines

MAHLE Powertrain and Clean Air Power have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to combine their efforts in providing rapid and cost-effective solutions for net-zero fuelled internal combustion engines.
19 hours ago News

Full educational programme announced for M&E Week

With just under two weeks until Manufacturing & Engineering Week 2023 and its centrepiece exhibitions open their doors on 7th and 8th of June at Birmingham’s NEC, the full educational programme has been announced.
3 days ago News

Machine builders target Net Zero gains

One of the UK’s leading strategic manufacturing outsourcing specialists has seen a surge in demand from clients looking to gain ‘early mover’ advantage in the low carbon economy.
3 days ago News

Login / Sign up