The name “SPREITZER Precision Tools” stands for the development, construction and production of complex system solutions in the field of clamping and measuring since 1983. Our areas of performance stretch from modular clamping systems and modular construction systems for machining centres to manual quality control and construction of special devices, touching on mechanical clamping systems along the way.
Development and construction is carried out on modern and high-performance 3D-CAD-work stations in order to shorten the lead-times for routine jobs. As a result of this, more time can be spent on the more creative parts of a project.
What Spreitzer offer
The centre-clamping vise series MZU with reversible step jaws gives the user the highest level of flexibility on multi-axis machining centres. The tiered step jaws offer maximum accessibility, even for short cutting tools. Furthermore, due to the variable tiered form, all clamping possibilities are covered.
The centre-clamping vise type MZU is especially suitable for flexible raw parts clamping.
The self-centring vise-series MZR is used as a cost-effective clamping tool for clamping raw parts on multi-axis machining centres.
With its compact, maximum access to the workpiece on multi-axis machining centers is possible.
The clamping width can be enlarged with reversible jaws.
This centre-clamping vise series is used always when maximum centre and repetition precision are not necessary. It is especially designed for raw material clamping or on unmachined part machining on multi-axis machining centres and is used as an economic centre-clamping vise solution for work on pallets or automation systems.
The centre-clamping vise series MZQ with quick change jaws enables replacement of the jaws within seconds.
They are designed specifically for use within pallet automation and for several times a day retooling the centre-clamping vises.
The reversible stepped jaws allow maximum accessibility even with short cutting tools.
Due to the stepped form of the reversible top jaws, the complete clamping range can be covered.
The multiple clamping system allows positioning and clamping of two or more workpieces at the same time.
By using a number of clamping elements in a longitudinal and diagonal direction the work area can be used more efficiently.
The compact construction allows an economic application on palletizing and automation systems.