The UNILOCK Zero-Point Clamping System utilizes spring pressure to drive wedges against a tapered wedge lock (clamping knob). Air pressure is used to compress the springs, releasing the wedge lock.
Clamping is achieved by bleeding the air pressure out of the chuck. To facilitate palletization, the clamping knob is attached to a base plate, fixture or directly to a workpiece.
The result is quick and repeatable clamping.
The below video explains the three types of methods of setting up the valve system for your UNILOCK Workholding system:
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