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Röhm's IoT solution for real-time measurement of clamping force during machining does not even have a cable

In Milan on September 30, 2021, the clamping technology specialist Röhm is presenting the iJaw clamping jaw for the first time at EMO 2021 in Milan. It allows the clamping force to be measured in real time during machining. Röhm thus solves a problem for which there has been no accepted industrial solution up to now: the clamping force is usually set by the operator of the machine tool and is a matter of experience. Errors during machining due to incorrect clamping force or workpiece loss are therefore preprogrammed. The iJaw presented by Röhm integrates sensor technology for clamping force measurement as well as wireless data transmission in a full-fledged clamping jaw. The measurement takes place directly at the clamping point to the workpiece; the data transmission to a gateway makes use of the upcoming industry standard IO-Link Wireless. The gateway can be connected to the machine control system via the integrated Profinet interface and/or sends the data to a cloud via the integrated LAN interface.

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Two-jaw gripper - High clamping force, low weight

You can only use what you know. At BoKa Automation this would be grippers from Röhm. Based on many years of positive experience with products from the clamping device specialist, BoKa relies on two-jaw grippers for its newest development. With these, a robot grips individual workpieces for further part handling directly on the machine.

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Automatic lubrication device now available for HSK-A40 and HSK-A50

For tool clamping systems to function flawlessly in milling machines and machining centers, regular care is recommended by the manufacturer. Röhm, the clamping and gripping specialist, developed the Lubritool® for to facilitate this task. Lubritool® completes the lubrication automatically within 5 seconds.

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Reliable control of vibrations and dimensional accuracy

Mannstaedt is a global market leader in the manufacture of hot-rolled special profiles. When it started looking for a high-quality clamping device for heavy-duty cutting, it turned to the German gripping and clamping technology specialist, Röhm.

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Turret mounted, coolant operated steady rest

Even when no steady rest is provided in an existing lathe turret – it is not necessary to retrofit an oil hydraulics unit to control a turret mounted steady rest. There is an innovative solution that uses the coolant pressure at the control to signal the steady rest to clamp as per the program and it is opened via the spring pressure. This product has been a joint collaboration between Röhm and WESA GmbH.

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To be precise: RÖHM clamping solutions for measurement technology environments

From R&D to automation to control engineering, measurement technology is a vital element of modern manufacturing. Most manufacturers and suppliers realize that they need first-rate clamping to stay competitive in today’s world – especially as the market enters the Industry 4.0 era – and many are actively looking for workholding solutions that can meet the rigorous demands of measurement technology environments.

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Röhm Launches Inclusion Project

Working together successfully is a key feature of successful inclusion projects for people with and without disabilities. Clamping and gripping technology specialist Röhm, headquartered in Sontheim a.d. Brenz/Germany, wholeheartedly supports this philosophy.

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The CIMT in Beijing – Facts and Impressions

The CIMT (China International Machine Tool Show) in Beijing is one of the world’s largest and most influential trade exhibitions for the machine tools industry.

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Röhm Expands its Executive Board

Clamping and gripping specialist Röhm will be expanding its corporate executive board, effective as of April 1, 2019. Together with Mr. Gerhard Glanz, Dr. Till Scharf will take on the new role of COO/CTO.

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Automated clamping technology

In addition to a compact structure and a high degree of repetition accuracy, the KZS centric clamping vices deliver high clamping forces of up to 55 kN, an increased clamping range of 20% and a reduced interfering contour for an optimal chip flow.

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