Locating Pins for gripper studs

EH 1702.

  • Mounting for gripper stud (Art. No. 1702.710)

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d1 [mm]
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h2 [mm]
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b [mm]:
40 mm
d1 [mm]:
20 mm
d2 [mm]:
25 mm
h1 [mm]:
39 mm
h2 [mm]:
7 mm
Article-No.:
1702.720
CAD
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Locating Pins
  • b: 40 mm
  • d1: 20 mm
  • d2: 25 mm
  • h1: 39 mm
  • h2: 7 mm
  • Weight: 320 g
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Locating Pins

Material

  • Steel, blackened
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Datasheet EH 1702. Locating Pins – for gripper studs
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What is the difference between the MS 125 and an ordinary machine vice?

Since it comes with a modular design and can be paired with a large variety of jaws and associated equipment, the MS 125 is considerably more versatile than a standard machine vice.