Manual Workholding

Cycle time, production rate, project life expectancy and workforce skill level are just some of the things to consider when buying a custom workholding fixture.  Ultimately the proper fixture will help make your project a success.  Our proposal engineers will help you decide whether to use a hydraulic, pneumatic or manual workholding fixture.

Manual fixtures are ideal for heavier more rigid parts.  They’re also a good option for short-run production. We have the expertise to design a simple, reliable manual workholding fixture using proven components and design techniques.  Using a manual fixture is a cost-effective way to run lower volume parts or parts with longer cycle times.  Manual fixtures can be designed to work on any machine tool, horizontal or vertical.