Grinding and inspection vices

for maximum clamping precision

RÖHM grinding and inspection vices are primarily used in grinding, milling and engraving machines, on jig boring machines, for measurement and inspection work and for manufacturing processes that require the highest standards of clamping precision.

1: Made of alloyed tool steel, hardened and precision ground

2: Positive locking in any angular position by clamping screws

3: 2-dimensional angle setting as well as 360° swiveling

4: Fine adjustment screw on the bottom section enables exact angle setting

5: Rotating scale with Vernier system


PLS-Micro

no spindle, with quick adjustment and draw-down effect for small workpieces; jaw width 34 and 45 mm (or up to 45 mm), opening up to 50 mm

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PLS

no spindle, with quick adjustment and draw-down effect; jaw width up to 120 mm, opening up to 150 mm

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PLF

no spindle, with quick adjustment and draw-down effect, in gauge accuracy; jaw width up to 100 mm, opening up to 125 mm

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PLG

with threaded spindle, jaw width up to 88 mm, opening up to 125 mm

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PS-SV

positive locking in any angular position for grinding, milling and engraving machines, jig boring machines, measurement and inspection work, production operations with the highest clamping precision; jaw width up to 90 mm, opening up to 120 mm

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PS-ZD

2-dimensional angle adjustment via vernier scale, swiveling by 360° for grinding, milling and engraving machines, jig boring machines, measurement and inspection work, production operations with the highest clamping precision; jaw width up to 120 mm, opening up to 150 mm

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