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Offer too good to refuse on machining vices

31-08-2010
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Offer too good to refuse on machining vices

DoALL, a global leader in sawing product for more than 30 years, is having a clearance sale on its high quality Kurt Anglock D-Series vices.

These US-made vices are designed for precision part clamping on basic machine tools such as knee-type mills, grinders and machining centres.

D-Series vices are ideal for use in running production parts where datums, flatness and parallelism is important.

With these vices you can precision bore, tap, drill, grind and finish with high accuracy on most parts made of de cast aluminium, steel and iron.

All Kurt vices have a friction reducing, needle bearing, thrust collar. The needle bearing increases jaw clamping pressure.

Features include:

  • AngLock design assures the movable jaw does not lift
  • Hardened vice bed
  • Hardened jaw plates
  • Semi-hard steel screw
  • 80,000-PSI ductile iron body

Mark Power, general manager of the company’s Asia-Pacific operation, says the Kurt range of vices are among the world’s best.

DoALL is offering Industry Update readers a 30% discount on D675 and D688 Kurt models until stocks run out.

Contact the sales team at DoALL to place an order.

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