Using measuring scales, end stops can easily be set to desired positions. Symmetrical or off-centre positioning and welding of plates, for individual or series production.
The CREA-FIX can be set up at any workstation. The slide
plates are set simply and quickly. You can read the measurements directly from the integrated measuring scales. Depending on the plate, the head is height-adjustable and you can move it within seconds, including for frontal assemblies.
With the CREA-FIX post welding jig, you can position round, square, T and L-steel posts. Large or small plates as well as handrail shells are attached very easily. The components hold
in the correct angle without additional aids.
You can set the angle exactly from 0 to 90 degrees. You can
simply read the desired value and fix the settings with the practical clamping levers of the CREA-FIX.
Save 50% of your time thanks to the CREA-FIX post welding jig.
With the slide plates and clamping levers, you can attach your
components simply and quickly and can weld quickly, accurately
Fast and efficient welding of plates and handrail shells
Post welding jig for fast and efficient welding of plates and handrail shells. Whether railing posts, pillars or smaller supports in metalwork: once set up, you can produce individual parts and series parts with the CREA-FIX. Insert components and weld – fast, accurate and efficient.
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Switzerland & Tessin
All standard profiles, flat, square and also T-shaped steel, up to round posts. Even an IPE 120 can be inserted.
A series usually begins from a quantity of around 10 pillars. Even today, the metalworker will make up a simple jig in such cases. The interesting point about the CREA-FIX is, however, that a series can start as early as the second pillar. There is also no material wear and no complicated welding work has to be carried out.
Depending on the welding position, welding can be carried out directly in the jig. Otherwise, you can tack and then finish the welding in an optimal welding position.
If properly used, no. Welding splatter can basically remain stuck to the jig, however, and will have to be mechanically removed at regular intervals. Welding splatter will stick less with the use of a welding spray.