Machine Tool Solutions Lang Makro-Grip 5 axis viceClick image to enlargeThe Lang Makro-Grip five axis vice available from distributor Machine Tool Solutions features an integrated zero-point adaptation for five-face machining.

 It offers what the manufacturer says is the best accessibility for five face machining. It has a high holding power at the lowest clamping force due to a patented stamping technology. It also offers high repeat accuracy for inserting workpieces in holding contour of jaw, and no stoppers are needed.

The vice offers a large clamping range due to the reversible jaws, and aasy and flexible handling due to the lightweight vices and integrated zero-point clamping

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