Clamping Cubes semi-finished

EH 1908.

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l2 +1 [mm]
h1 [mm]
h [mm]
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l1 [mm]:
400 mm
l2 +1 [mm]:
231 mm
h1 [mm]:
358 mm
h [mm]:
408 mm
Article-No.:
1908.210
CAD
Price:
upon request
Clamping Cubes
  • l1: 400 mm
  • l2 +1: 231 mm
  • h1: 358 mm
  • h: 408 mm
  • a ±0.013: 150 mm
  • b3 ±0.2: 150 mm
  • l4 ±0.2: 150 mm
  • y: 12 mm
  • For screws: M12
  • Number of fastening holes n: 4
  • Weight: 100 kg
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Clamping Cubes
l1 [mm]:
500 mm
l2 +1 [mm]:
331 mm
h1 [mm]:
510 mm
h [mm]:
565 mm
Article-No.:
1908.410
CAD
Price:
upon request
Clamping Cubes
  • l1: 500 mm
  • l2 +1: 331 mm
  • h1: 510 mm
  • h: 565 mm
  • a ±0.013: 200 mm
  • b3 ±0.2: 200 mm
  • l4 ±0.2: 200 mm
  • y: 12 mm
  • For screws: M12
  • Number of fastening holes n: 6
  • Weight: 209 kg
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Clamping Cubes
l1 [mm]:
630 mm
l2 +1 [mm]:
451 mm
h1 [mm]:
640 mm
h [mm]:
700 mm
Article-No.:
1908.610
CAD
Price:
upon request
Clamping Cubes
  • l1: 630 mm
  • l2 +1: 451 mm
  • h1: 640 mm
  • h: 700 mm
  • a ±0.013: 200 mm
  • b2 ±0.2: 200 mm
  • b3 ±0.2: 300 mm
  • l4 ±0.2: 300 mm
  • l3 ±0.2: 200 mm
  • y: 16 mm
  • For screws: M16
  • Number of fastening holes n: 8
  • Weight: 508 kg
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Clamping Cubes

Material

  • Cast iron GG

Notes

Special plates on request.

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Datasheet EH 1908. Clamping Cubes – semi-finished
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RoHS compliant

Contains lead - compliant according to exceptions 6a / 6b / 6c

 

Contains SVHC substances >0,1% w/w

Contains lead - SVHC list [REACH] as of 08.07.2021

 

Contains Proposition 65 substances


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Free from Conflict Minerals

This product does not contain any substances designated as "conflict minerals" such as tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent countries.