Clamps & Fasteners

Clamps & Fasteners

Here is a list of 63 Clamps & Fasteners categories. It encompasses a wide range including power clamps, hose clamps, side clamps, magnetic clamps, etc. You can search for an overview, principle, and usage of each category, as well as find manufacturers and distributors.

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What Are Clamps & Fasteners?

Clamps and Fasteners are devices used to hold or compress something.

For example, when cutting wood with a saw, you can hold and cut the wood by hand, or you can use a device to hold and cut the wood to protect the hands. When cutting and shaving repeatedly, it is important to use a clamp or clamping device to hold the wood firmly in place for efficient production.

Types of Clamps & Fasteners

Clamps & fasteners can be either firm or light to organize and align the work.

For example, inside a power distribution panel, various cables can become entangled, making maintenance and appearance difficult. Therefore, the clamping points are positioned from the design stage and can be soft-clamped like clips. Clamps & fasteners can be classified into those that do not require power and those that do.

Examples of Clamps & Fasteners

A typical example of a clamp & fastener is a vise. A vise is a device that hard clamps the workpiece. A soft clamp is a type of clamp that is a clip made of a thin metal plate and uses spring force. Binding bands are another type.

Magnetic chucks are available in two types: those that use magnets and require no power, and those that use electricity and electromagnetic force. The magnetic chucks can only be used with ferromagnetic materials such as iron, which adhere to magnets to a certain extent.

Air grippers and air chucks use compressed air from a compressor. Some air grippers use a vacuum generator to generate negative pressure.

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