PRODUCTS / CLAMPING TOOLS

 

AMF
BISON BIAL
GARANT
KOPAL

AMF is leading manufacturer in Europe, supplying over 5,000 different products from the fields of clamping, hand tools and locks.

BISON-BIAL is renowned for manufacturing high quality lathe chucks to meet the highest requirements of the Customers. BISON-BIAL chucks are made from high quality forged steel or cast iron.

There are many high-performance aspects of GARANT from which you can profit: more than 20,000 GARANT products in the application fields of machining technology, clamping technology, measuring tools, grinding and separating technology, hand tools, workstations and storage. Premium quality for the best benefit-price ratio.

Kopal clamping systems.

       

ALLMATIC-JAKOB

RÖHM

WITTE

GERARDI

The key feature of ALLMATIC-Jacob products is their high quality, which has achieved by always setting the bar high.

Innovation, technology, precision and quality make Röhm worldwide to a reliable partner in all aspects of clamping technology.

Witte is considered one of the leading industrial companies for modular fixturing systems. With the multiple component system Alufix as well as vacuum clamping systems for all kinds of machining applications Witte is recognized and accepted all over the World.

Gerardi designs and manufactures new solutions in the clamping of workpieces (steel, cast iron, aluminum, etc.) for milling, drilling, tapping, edm and checking operations.

       

SAV

MAYLAN

SAV is currently one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of workholding solutions from one source in Europe and even the world.

The MAYLAN PALLET MASTER, which is designed to improve LEAN machining capability by converting a standard Vertical Machining Centre into a twin pallet unit.

 

 

       
 
     

Mikko Vepsäläinen

mikko.vepsalainen@camcut.fi

Softwares, Education

tel. +35845 1872 211  

 

Camcut Oy

Asevelikatu 4,

74100 IISALMI, FINLAND

myynti@camcut.fi

Janne Pesonen

janne.pesonen@camcut.fi

Tools

tel. +35845 1872 212  

 

updated 23.03.2018