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Cam action indexing plungers: positioning at the flick of a finger

05 April 2012

Elesa's new GN612.8 range of cam action indexing plungers are for locating equipment on machine tools, work jigs and other situations where the locking pin must not protrude all the time. By simply rotating the lock lever through 180 degrees the locking pin may be withdrawn – conversely a flick of a finger will displace the lever from its locating notch so releasing the pin to lock the required equipment in place.

The GN612.8 is manufactured with zinc die bodies, steel pins and polyamid levers. Plunger sizes range from 6mm to 12mm diameter, with or without lock nut, as required.

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