Improve Your Efficiency With Fixtures & Jigs

Consistency and precision are key to effective fixturing and jig workholding solution

Fixtures are used in machining operations to securely hold and position a workpiece while a cutting tool is used to remove material from it. Fixtures come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are usually designed to perform one or multiple specific machining operations. Fixtures can be used in many machining operations such as turning, milling, drilling, reaming, tapping, etc. Sometimes, the fixtures can also be used for assembling components.

The main advantage of using a fixture in machining is that it helps to ensure accuracy and repeatability. Fixtures provide a secure and stable platform for the workpiece, which helps to ensure that the machining operation is performed accurately and consistently. Fixtures also help to reduce setup time and increase productivity, as they can be used to quickly and easily position the workpiece for the machining operation.

Types of Fixtures We Offer

  • Turning fixtures
  • Milling fixtures
  • Broaching fixtures
  • Grinding fixtures
  • Boring fixtures
  • Indexing fixtures
  • Tapping fixtures
  • Duplex fixtures
  • Welding fixtures
  • Assembly fixtures

Types of Jigs We Offer

  • Template jig
  • Plate jig
  • Channel jig
  • Diameter jig
  • Leaf jig
  • Ring jig
  • Box jig