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Vacuum Workhholding

Vacuum workholding (or vacuum chucking) is used in a wide range of applications to hold an item in place while an operation is performed. Vacuum is applied to a surface with a number of holes in it. When the item is placed on the surface, the vacuum holds it in place. A high flow rate is required for this application as the item may not cover all of the holes in the surface.

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