Founded in 1909, RÖHM GmbH is headquartered in Sontheim an der Brenz/Germany with further facilities in Dillingen and St. Georgen. The company is one of the world’s leading clamping tool manufacturers, providing an extensive product offering and in-house, high-performance customized production. Some 1,300 employees manufacture and market workholding equipment around the globe, ranging from drill chucks,tool clamping and gripping technology to high-tech power clamping fixtures. In addition, Röhm also develops and manufactures custom products to customer specifications for virtually all clamping applications. Around 50 percent of the products made in Germany are exported and the company has become a global player, expanding its activities in Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Asia. Röhm has 60 agencies and 15 branches worldwide. Since September 2017 Gerhard Glanz has been the CEO of the Röhm GmbH corporate group and was joined by Dr. Till Scharf in April 2019.
Clamping Technology by Röhm:
New power chuck – strong, light and compact
As a new member of the DURO power chuck family, the new DURO-A power chuck supplements the DURO-A RC quick change power chuck which was presented last year. As a power champion with a constant clamping force for more than 500,000 cycles, up to 30% higher maximum clamping force, and with a weight reduction of 10%, it prevails over comparable power chucks.
The newly-improved KZS centric clamping vises are well-suited for, among other things, 6-sided machining involving two clamping operations; these devices stand out due to a series of product advantages. In addition to a compact structure and a high degree of repetition accuracy, they deliver high clamping forces of up to 55 kN, an increased clamping range of 20% and a reduced interfering contour for an optimal chip flow. Several flexible applications are possible - This applies in particular to scenarios involving the use of the devices in 3-axis, 4-axis and 5-axis machining centers, as well as all the usual zero point clamping systems.Further reading