Carver machine vices are heavy-duty vices that allow for an effortless handle of workpieces where conventional vices may struggle or cannot be used. These vices accel in the milling and grinding sectors, and general surfacing operations. Both, horizontal and vertical planes are operated with this vice by tightening jaws and a firm hold-down force. The low-profile vice grips allow for maximum cutter access and have a 360-degree movement with the rotating fixing. Clamping capacities start at 5000 lbs and go up to 10,000 lbs. One stationary head and one moving head is provided in two sizes, the T500 and T550.
See the two models in the table or get technical information from the PDFs below.
Carver Machine Vices
|1 daN = 1kgf
1 daN = 2.2 lbf
1 daN = 10N
|Model No.||Horizontal Clamping Force||Downward Force||Jaw Height||Fixing Bolts||Weight kg||Measurements in mm|
|mm||inch||mm||inch||A||A1||A2||B||B1||B2||B3 Min||B3 Max||B4||S Hole|
Horizontal 900 daN
Veritcal - 900 daN
|T500||2250 daN||900 daN||27||(1 1/16)||M12||(1/2)||3.8||30||150||109||67||35||55||55||65||35||13|
Horizontal - 4500 daN
Vertical - 1800 daN
|T550||4500 daN||1800 daN||70||(2 3/4)||M16