Hainbuch has acquired Lindau-based Vischer & Bolli Automation expanding its range of workpiece clamping devices in the stationary field.
By acquiring the German manufacturer of high-precision workpiece clamping equipment, the company said it has not only expanded its expertise in the field of automation, but now offers an even wider range of stationary workpiece clamping devices including the zero-point clamping system for a quick change-over for 5-axis clamping.
Hainbuch’s previous product portfolio for turning, milling, EDM and grinding already covered a wide range of workpieces. Now, since the acquisition, the Hainbuch Group is able to offer custom solutions for workpieces of up to 100 tons or 10 to 20 metres in length, large-scale projects like this have already been completed. Thanks to Vischer & Bolli Automation, the range of stationary devices has been considerably extended.
Many stationary clamping devices are available from stock and the modular design of the zero-point clamping system offer a wide range of solutions using standard components, while specific solutions can also be created in accordance with customer requirements.