Part of the genesis of the V-Clamps was use on a CNC routing machine. So it is no surprise that they will find a home on such machinery. The VC4 clamp can be bolted to a “T” slot section and be moved to any position that this will allow. The VC5 has the added versatility that placement can be anywhere
|How does work?|
|Video info on face plugs|
|Vac-clamp on a machine|
|What is CNC?
The acronym C.N.C stands for Computer Numerically Controlled. The current crop of CNC machines are likely not to be programmed by numbers rather, a code such as “G Code” which are interpreted by a computer to control motion.
The most common form of this is is in 3 axes (x,y and z)