Efficient and simple work holding

The Allmatic range of German-manufactured vices, which is offered in the UK by Stocdon, is said to be a high-end solution for work-holding applications that include the three or five-axis machining of prismatic parts, as well as non-prismatic components like castings and forgings.

What makes Allmatic solutions different to the rest on the market is that they often fulfil the complete needs of a customer’s application, says Stocdon, where previously they had to spend time using multiple vices or resetting vices between applications.
Allmatic’s engineering allows users to pre-select working pressures, use minimum material work holding and grip rough materials.
The latest Allmatic Gripp solutions are said to lead the way when it comes to all types of component selection, with large capacity, high clamping force up to 7 tonnes and minimum deflections, for easy setting.
Allmatic has been a work-holding partner of Stocdon since 1972, largely because of the company’s pedigree when it comes to accurate pre-selection of material clamping pressures. The vice performance, across the range, is second to none, says the company.
According to Stocdon, a question that clients always ask when enquiring about Allmatic work holding is the cost, versus other brands, to which the company always showcases the savings to be made in the long term. Stocdon knows that budgets are always under pressure, but it also knows that investing in work holding pays dividends, long term.
For further information www.stocdon.co.uk