We had customers telling us our Zipbushing™ were not only saving them time, they were also SAVING their fixtures and tombstones from being scrapped entirely because of the difficulty in removing the standard bushings/threaded inserts we knew we had a special product on our hands.
I am standing in front of a TR 210 Trunnion and today, i would like to show you all something pretty exciting and that is quick-changing that thing. I know that if you have had some experience with this, it takes some time but, we are going to show you that this can happen in a very fast period of time and repeatably.
I wanted to talk about our Invert-A-Bolt™ Fasteners today and show you how they work. One of our new Invert-A-Bolt™ Fasteners is a quarter turn device and it's very simple yet different. I wanted to show you guys exactly how it works so that there is no confusion when you are using it.
First, I want to introduce this world-class workholding product; this is our patented Invert-a-Bolt Fastener and it is an integral part of our flat-plate modular fixture plate workholding system. It's a captive work-holding fastener and It's used to connect any two objects with high precision. Specifically, in the CNC workholding solutions industry, you can connect a base plate to parts, plates, tooling, milling machine vises, or anything you want. Today, I'm going to talk about connecting it to a Kurt mill vise from Kurt Manufacturing.
Today, I'd like to talk to you about an Invert-A-Bolt™Modular Fixture here we have; one that is really quite unique and it has a lot of features too. Yours may not be exactly like this one but I believe that it incorporates many of the features that you will see in one of our modular fixtures
I wanted to introduce you to some of our CNC Workholding products; I am going to start with the Invert-A-Bolt™ Fasteners. This is our claim to fame. This is a patented product, it is very simple and, as you can see, it is stainless steel.