RM clamp modules
Multi-Rail RM clamp modules (RMC-)
All the jaw types, such as serrated (R), smooth (S), diamond-coated (D), additional piece models (T), grip models (G), self-aligning (B), machinable (M), etc., are suitable for the Multi-Rail RM system.
D-size (12 mm or 1/2" bolt) and B-size (M8 or 5/16" bolt) clamps are most commonly used in the Multi-Rail RM system.
There are various clamp modules - RMC-DR, RMC-DS, RMC-DT, RMC-BS.
In the RMC-ab code format a=size and b=jaw type.
Quick adjustable stopper plate PDQ-S1
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This “speed plate” option enables users of Multi-Rail RM to move clamp modules on the rail into a different position in just a few seconds.
It also replaces one stopper module, and works with RMC-DS and RMC-DR.
Please notice this module holds clamping force in one direction only.
OTFORCE clamp module RMC-DS-F
A Clamp module with clamping force verification
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OK-VISE’s novel DOTFORCE concept is a part of the Multi-Rail RM system and is based on a simple visual red dot in the clamp module. The red dot disappears when the clamping force is high enough.
The parts of the module are
- DK2-VTI wedge
- DOTFORCE bolt
- UDP-RM1 Plate
- Smooth jaws*
Please note that the jaws can be easily changed to any other combination.
T-slot set for clamps
Some clamp types for the RM system already have a code, for example, RMC-DR or RMC-DS. Code is defined as a set of letters and numbers given to a product, where the letters and numbers are abbreviated attributes that distinguish one product from another as size, product type, jaw type, etc. If you cannot find a suitable product code from our price list, please create your own code.
All B- and D-series clamps and combinations are suitable for the Multi-Rail RM system.
Below are some examples of how to read the code:
Adapter RMA-D1 includes a T-slot nut and bolt for D-size clamps.
Adapter RMA-BP1 includes a T-slot nut, bolt and riser plate to lift up the clamp (B-size).
Please note that using B-series clamps on Multi-Rail without a plate is not recommended.