KIPP Toggle Clamps – March 2019


Quickly clamped, securely held – KIPP Toggle clamps

For decades, HEINRICH KIPP WERK has stood for durable products that simplify and expedite daily tasks. The new toggle clamps from KIPP adhere to this basic principle. The company offers a large number of new toggle clamps in three product categories.

Toggle clamps are used in e.g. clamping technology or in the tool making departments of automotive, metalworking, carpentry or plastic industries. They are used to hold and clamp workpieces for drilling, grinding, welding, bending and during inspection and assembly.

The KIPP steel or stainless steel toggle clamps have a long service life due to their high wear resistance and the oil-resistant bright red grips. In addition, they are easy to handle – due to the wide opening, they enable quick and unhindered placement and removal of workpieces.  Low manual effort is sufficient to achieve high clamping forces.

HEINRICH KIPP WERK classifies the toggle clamps into three different types: Horizontal toggle clamps, Vertical toggle clamps and Push-Pull toggle clamps. The horizontal toggle clamps have a low overall height, while the push-pull clamps are characterised by a compact design and high holding forces. Additionally, the range includes latch- and hook clamps that are ideal for locking hatches and containers. Clamping spindles enable the clamping height of the toggle clamps to be easily manually adapted to the required application range.

Waldmann LED’s making their mark in Australia

Waldmann LED

Article courtesy of Darebin Council

Diecraft Australia Pty Ltd – Making Plastic Moulds and Dies with Less Electricity

Diecraft is one of our local value-add manufacturing companies that specialises in precision engineering creating plastic injection moulds. They have been part of the Darebin East Reservoir Industrial precinct for nearly 50 years. In recent times they have been working to reduce energy and water use, utility bills and greenhouse gas emissions, whilse growing their business and product.

Summary by Maxiloc

Diecraft commissioned Waldmann LED detachable lights to their EDM machines with positive results. The cost savings have been measurable in the key areas of increased productivity due to operator comfort and accuracy of work, decreased power consumption by eliminating the requirement of replacement batteries, Increased service life and less maintenance time. Diecraft expect the Waldmann LED lights will be in service for at least seven years without the need for maintenance, this in itself being a huge cost benefit to both Diecraft and the environment.

National Manufacturing Week, Sydney 2010

National Manufacturing Week, Sydney 2010

Maxiloc Tooling was a major exhibitor at the recent NMW in Sydney. The visitors to our stand were many and came from a broad base of manufacturing sectors.

Thanks to everyone who visited our stand and expressed recognition of the quality and diversity of our products on display.

We certainly made many new ‘friends” both with visitors and co-exhibitors.

Roll on 2011 in Melbourne!