Jig and fixturing components are work-holding devices used for machining multiple workpieces in production environments.
Jig and Fixturing Components Categories

Ball and Spring Plungers (52 suppliers)

Ball and spring plungers are devices incorporating a body and a spring loaded ball or pin.

Chuck Jaws (79 suppliers)

Chuck jaws are inserts that fit into a chuck and grip the workpiece. There are three types of chuck jaws: base jaws, hard jaws, and soft jaws.

Eye Nuts (73 suppliers)

Eye nuts (eyenuts) are fasteners with a looped head. They are designed to receive a hook or rope.

Eyebolts (235 suppliers)

Eye bolts (eyebolts) are threaded bolts with a loop or eye at one end. The eye is used to anchor a cable, rope or chain.

Fixture Keys (16 suppliers)

Fixture keys are used to accurately locate fixtures or machine components. Typically, they are assembled into a hole or a machined slot.

Gripper Products (26 suppliers)

Gripper products are used in gripper fixtures to hold a component in place by providing resistance by friction or slight surface penetration. The face of the gripper may be serrated or flat and made of steel, carbide, or a plastic material.

Guide Bushings and Drill Bushings (141 suppliers)

Drill bushings are used to guide drills and other tools.

Hand Clamps (411 suppliers)

Hand clamps are temporary fixturing components used to hold and position work for assembly, forming, welding, inspection and machining applications.

Handles and Pulls (industrial) (442 suppliers)

Industrial handles and industrial pulls are hardware components that are grasped by hand and manipulated to perform a service.

Hoist Rings (114 suppliers)

Hoist rings are load-centering eyebolts. They are designed to be rigged from the center or the side and may pivot or swivel.

Industrial Pins (734 suppliers)

Industrial pins are varieties of fastening hardware meant to couple, align, mount, assemble, or penetrate two workpieces. The operation of the pin depends on design and employment, but industrial pins can be categorized into several categories, such as: hitch and linch pins; cotter pins and wire clips; spring pins; locating and fixturing pins; and specialty pins.

Knobs (industrial) (329 suppliers)

Industrial knobs are small, usually round, devices that are designed for use on industrial machinery, electronic components, and metal cabinetry. They are usually made out of metal, plastic, or rubber and are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and finishes.

Leveling Feet, Pads, and Glides (129 suppliers)

Leveling feet, pads and glides consist of discs of varying shapes and sizes. They are used for leveling jigs, fixtures, and equipment. A leveling foot has a threaded stud for adjusting the level. A leveling pad has a recess on which a leveling stud rests.

Locating and Fixturing Pins (58 suppliers)

Locating and fixturing pins are press-fit, removable hardware devices designed to align or affix two work pieces to very small tolerances. When translation mechanisms are not stable or precise enough to place objects in position for a particular process, locating and fixturing pins can ensure an accurate alignment.

Machining Clamps (215 suppliers)

Machining clamps are used for machine setup and tool or part fixturing. Types include cam, cylinder, hook or swing, pull, push, retracting, rocker, side or edge, and toe clamps. Clamp straps and clamp strap assemblies are also commonly available.

Plug and Pin Gages (173 suppliers)

Plug and pin gauges are used to compare hole and slot dimensions or locations to specific tolerances. This product area includes go gauges and no-go gauges. 

Rest Buttons and Rest Pads (22 suppliers)

Rest buttons and rest pads are used to provide a surface to locate or support a component in a jig or fixture.

Shoulder Screws (91 suppliers)

Shoulder screws, also called stripper bolts, are a type of machine screw with integral threads that are only present on half or less of the screw shank. A shoulder screw has a partially smooth shaft that will allow the bolted material some rotation and movement around the screw axis, while the threaded end will typically have a nut to maintain the screw's position.

Spring Locating Pins (22 suppliers)

Spring locating pins are compact, spring-loaded components used to apply a light side force to a workpiece for positioning or clamping.  They are cylindrical in shape and press fit into a hole for use in fixturing or locating applications.

Spring Stops (20 suppliers)

Spring stops, also referred to as spring stop buttons, are used for light workholding applications to hold a work piece to a locating surface prior to clamping.

Surface Plates (59 suppliers)

Surface plates provide a precision reference surface for layout, checking, machining and gaging work.

Threaded Inserts (273 suppliers)

Threaded inserts are blocks of material with a threaded hole that are pressed or molded into a part, usually made of a different material.

Toggle Clamps (104 suppliers)

Toggle clamps are quick action hold down clamps used to keep a work piece stationary.

Tooling Plates and Columns (112 suppliers)

Tooling plates and columns provide mounting or clamping surfaces for holding and positioning vises, clamps and workpieces during setup, manufacturing and dimensional inspection.

Vise Jaws (36 suppliers)

Vise jaws are inserts that fit into a vise and grip the workpiece. Smooth-faced metal or soft plastic jaws are used to avoid marring of polished or pliable workpieces.

Vises (267 suppliers)

Vises are used for work holding and during inspection, assembly, forming, welding, and machining operations. They usually consist of a screw, level, or cam-type mechanism that closes and holds two or more jaws around a workpiece

Work Supports and Fixture Jacks (25 suppliers)

Work supports and Fixture Jacks are fixturing components used to support and locate workpieces during machining operations.


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