ALLMATIC machine vice
In the early 1970s, mechanical engineering was seeking reliable means of clamping which met the requirements of contemporary production processes. This included the cord machine manufacturer Saurer-Allma, the parent company of ALLMATIC. As Saurer-Allma did not find anything on the market, the company developed a suitable machine vice itself.That was in 1973 – the beginning of the ALLMATIC success story. The universal applications allow a large number of work steps, which increases production efficiency many times over.
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ALLMATIC solutions for ...
one off production, series producers and vocational training companies
The proof of the pudding is in the eating
One off and small series production
In the case of small and pre-series, there are frequently no binding production parameters – this is where versatile clamping systems from ALLMATIC are required. They allow flexible, optimised production processes.More info
Top class mass production
Precise positioning of workpieces and simultaneously constant clamping forces over the whole machining period - ALLMATIC does this well due to its experience.We equally provide you with support in automating your existing or new production lines in accordance with Industry 4.0.More info
All beginnings are easy
Vocational training company
Young people understand ALLMATIC clamping systems quickly and intuitively because they are simply designed and logically structured. Trainees thus rapidly acquire important skills with regard to safe working practices and production processes.More info
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In order to find the best possible clamping systems for your production straight away, simply enter the parameters for your production - and you immediately have an overview of all suitable products with all important details. There is also free access to detailed 3D drawings.To the product finder To our products