Anchor Lamina GmbH
Jan Schiefer
An der Wiesenmühle 19
09224 Chemnitz, OT Grüna
Germany

Phone: +49 371 842450
Fax: +49 371 243506-50
http://anchorlamina.de

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LAMCAM Series

Features

  • Ease of spring replacement from back of cam; the cam base incorporates a safety restraint system to retain the slide during spring removal
  • All wear areas are double-plated with self-lubricated wear plates to reduce mainte-nance and accommodate high production volumes
  • Pentahedron design ensures smooth and stable slide movement on 125 through 300 Series Cams
  • Urethane bumper cushion on slide return; optional hydraulic shock absorber available
  • Mounting/locating provisions include both square keys and dowel holes
  • Meets or exceeds all of “NAAMS” cam requirements
  • Lockout kit installed, ready for cam installa-tion and set up
  • Safety backup provisions for retaining keeper plates
  • Improved, super-duty accelerator system standard on 0° through 50° angles
  • Dual external positive return system
  • Three Return Spring Kit Options are availa-ble:
    • mechanical ISO spring
    • combination mechanical/nitrogen springs
    • nitrogen spring

Arial Cams

LAMCAM NCAxxx

NCA xxx

Die Mount Cams

LAMCAM NCD

NCD xx

Slide Return System Options

Recognizing that different cam applications have different requirements, Lamina offers three Return Spring Kit Options.

Slide Return System Options
  1. Mechanical – Employs a conventional ISO Die Spring, used in cam applications where additional stripping force is not required.
  2. Nitrogen – This return system provides high return spring forces for stripping. By nature of the nitrogen spring, it also has a higher
    initial contact force than other return spring options. This higher contact force may result in greater wear on the cam and its
    accelerator system (where applicable).
  3. Combination Mechanical/Nitrogen – This unique Lamina design employs an ISO Die Spring in series combination with a Nitrogen Spring. This return system utilizes the mechanical spring for preload, keeping the initial contact forces low, while providing high final loads from the nitrogen spring for part stripping

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Source: https://en.anchor-lamina.de/LAMCAM_Series

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