Maximum Workholding Flexibility
an industry leader
in airflow design
now offers three
distinct types of vacuum
table surface: perforated,
grid-style, and their state-of-the-art,
ultra-versatile hybrid vacuum table
system. The hybrid design, which incorporates both perforated
and grid-style surfaces in a single unit, is exclusive
Vacuum workholding systems are used to improve
countless industrial operations from metal processing and
woodworking to aerospace engineering and scientific
research. Vacuum holddown is reliable and stable, simplifying
and standardizing production procedures, thereby
saving users time and money.
Often integrated with CNC machinery for milling, cutting,
routing, and drilling of wood, metal, or plastics, vacuum
workholding technology is also used in laser cutting,
surface grinding, measuring, plotting, and the application
of coatings and adhesives.
Aerospace developers and research laboratories
increasingly utilize vacuum technology to conduct precise
processing of alloys, composites, and synthetic materials.
Leading museums and educational institutions use vacuum
tables and vacuum table systems for fine art restoration,
digital archiving, and rostrum camera applications.
Vacuum table systems are suitable for processing a wide
range of materials including sensitive and delicate substrates
such as fabrics, glass, and high-grade composites.
Clamp-free holddown of workpieces limits damage and
reduces production wastage.
Manufactured to meet the exacting needs of modern
industry, precision-engineered vacuum tables from
VacuumTables.com adhere to or exceed OEM standards
for smoothness, flatness, and durability. Whether you
choose a standard perforated or grid-style surface or one
of their adaptable new hybrid systems, vacuum workholding
technology will revolutionize your industrial processes,
improving quality and reducing costs.
For more information, contact Mike Green or Bryan Green, VacuumTables.com, a specialized division of Graphic Parts
International, Inc., 4321 N. Knox Ave., Chicago, IL 60641,
773-725-4900, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: