Hainbuch publishes new product catalogue

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Hainbuch has now published the 2016/17 edition of its workholding and clamping catalogue. The latest edition is packed with almost 500 pages of clamping technology and peripheral equipment that has been designed to reduce set-up times, improve clamping processes, precision and repeatability.

Hainbuch has published the 2016/17 edition of its workholding and clamping catalogue. The latest edition contains almost 500 pages of clamping technology and peripheral equipment that has been designed to reduce set-up times, improve clamping processes, precision and repeatability.

Including established and proven technology as well as all the latest innovations, the 2016/17 publication is broken into easy-to-find sections that include the latest clamping devices, quick change systems, clamping elements, accessories and even equipment for special purpose machines such as sliding head turning centres. Each of these core competences is separated into sub-sections that enable the reader to quickly locate products.

The clamping device section is identified by chucks, mandrels, stationary clamping and adaption clamping devices. Hainbuch has designed the publication to save time and effort for the customer.

To download the new catalogue from the Hainbuch website, click here or to receive a printed hard copy call the Hainbuch office for further details.

Hainbuch UK www.hainbuch.com/en

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Hainbuch Ltd

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