On 30 September 2021, the clamping technology specialist Röhm presented the iJaw clamping jaw for the first time at EMO 2021 in Milan. It allows the clamping force to be measured in real-time when machining. Röhm thus solves a problem that has no accepted industrial solution up to now. The clamping force is usually set by the operator of the machine tool which is based on experience. Errors during machining due to incorrect clamping force or workpiece loss are therefore preprogrammed.
The iJaw presented by Röhm integrates sensor technology for clamping force measurement as well as wireless data transmission in a full-fledged clamping jaw. The measurement takes place directly at the clamping point to the workpiece; the data transmission to a gateway makes use of the upcoming industry-standard IO-Link Wireless. The gateway can be connected to the machine control system via the integrated Profinet interface and/or sends the data to a cloud via the integrated LAN interface.
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