We would like to thank all our customers for their decades of loyalty and the constant new technical challenges. Join us on a journey through time to the various development stages of our HSK grippers. Let yourself be inspired by a real success story and be curious about the following milestones.
product diversity for our customers: With changing market
and customer requirements, new products are constantly being created and
extending our HSK gripper family – and this has been the case for 30 years now.
but powerful: Miniature grippers for interfaces smaller HSK-E
20 expand the manufacturing possibilities in watch, jewellery and medical
technology. In the production of microtechnical components, they ensure greater
efficiency and energy savings.
space where it is needed: Our powerful HSK grippers enable the
realisation of extremely compact complete clamping systems for even greater
degrees of freedom in the machine room.
shorter spindle lengths: Our designers develop force-amplifying HSK 63
grippers in compact design. The length advantage is over 30 % compared to the
standard, without any loss of performance.
professional in heavy-duty cutting: At customer’s
request, a force-amplifying HSK 100 gripper with 75 kN maximum clamping force
is created. The main field of application is heavy-duty cutting, e. g. the
machining of turbine blades for the aerospace industry.
of times: The second generation of our force-amplifying
HSK grippers sets standards on the market. The design principle and the surface
coating make force amplification factors greater than 5 possible. The optional
holding function ensures even faster tool change times.
power pack: Our gripper
with direct force transmission and short stroke for long-lived tool clamping
systems is extremely durable. It can transmit clamping forces that far exceed
the values specified in the HSK standard.
of birth: The first BERG gripper for hollow taper shanks
is delivered. The integrated wedge gear multiplies the actuation force by a
factor greater than 3. It is available in two versions and can thus be used for
wet and dry machining.