Carr Lane MCP viseClick image to enlarge

The MCP series vise is capable of seven separate operations in a single pass.

MCP is a lifetime vise that grips safely on as little as 3 mm, saving you money on material costs.

Available in three styles, fixed jaw, concentric clamping, and position flexible clamping, MCP series five axis vises allow unrestricted tool access for multiple side machining without retrofitting. The MCP series is a further refinement of Carr Lane Roemheld's high precision MC vise series. These new vises combine a compact, fully enclosed design with a patented sliding jaw segment design. Due to an adjusting spindle in the upper part of the housing, deformation in the base during clamping is minimal, providing high rigidity of the entire workholding system. The patented segment design ensures a high degree of precision and stability, reducing guiding clearance to nearly zero.

Manufactured in Germany, MCP vises from Carr Lane Roemheld are made of high-quality construction, with a special cast steel base for excellent rigidity, dimensional stability, and durability. All sides are hardened and ground, providing a basis for maximum precision. Hydraulic and mechanical styles are available, in a variety of sizes, with jaw widths from 40mm to 125mm.

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