The linear/swivel clamp CLR is used for all types of clamping. Through the combination of the linear and swivel motion of the piston rod, it is possible to insert and remove workpieces even beyond the clamping range. There is a choice between swivelling to the right or left, while the CLR also boasts a linear stroke as of ∅40.
Can the swivel stroke of a linear/swivel clamp of type CLR also be used for clamping?
No, this is not permissible as it could damage the mechanics of the slotted guide plate.
What lead does the cone have on the piston rod of the linear/swivel clamp CLR-...?
The cone on the piston rod has a lead of 1:10, which corresponds to an angle of 2° 51' 36.