Delta Zero - Double Riser

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55.00 LBS
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T-slot Spacing (required)

Our NEW Delta Zero ZPS (Zero Point System) utilizes our patent-pending, manually-actuated zero-point design for +/-0.0002" repeatability. 

Risers directly mount to T-slot tables via 1/2" or M12 screws, and also mount to Orange Subplates using a combination of ball couplers and screws. 

Overall riser height is 4.3" + fixture/vise height and should provide adequate  clearance for the vast majority of 5-axis machines with CAT40, HSK63, or similarly sized spindles.     

What's Included

  1. One (1) aluminum DOUBLE riser (2.875" height)
  2. Two (2) Delta Zero ZPS base plate, preinstalled (1.437" height)
  3. Two (2) Delta Zero pull studs
  4. Four (4) Delta Zero dowel pins (0.4993" x 0.75")


  1. Riser Construction: aluminum + anodized. Flat and parallel to < 0.0005"
  2. Delta Zero Construction: Hardened steel + black oxide, precision ground on two faces

Center-Mount Configuration

  • Delta Zero baseplates can be reconfigured to mount a single plate in the center (see photos)


  1. 63mm: PDF | Parasolid Model
  2. 80mm: PDF | Parasolid Model
  3. 100mm: PDF | Parasolid Model

T-slot Pattern List

  1. 63mm
    • DMG Mori DMU50
    • Haas UMC-500
    • Haas UMC-750
    • Haas UMC-1000
  2. 80mm
    • Doosan DVF5000
  3. 100mm
    • Mazak Variaxis i600

Delta Zero Tightening Instructions

  1. Using a 1/4" allen wrench, preferably a T-handle, hand-tighten one actuating pin. 
  2. Using a 1/4" allen wrench, preferably a T-handle, hand-tighten the other actuating pin. 
  3. Torque the first actuating pin to 10-20 ft lbs.   

Fixture/Vise Alignment Instructions

  1. If the dowel pins of the vise or fixture are perpendicular to the actuating pins, the system is self-aligning. 
  2. If the dowel pins of the vise or fixture are inline with the actuation pins, simply push the vise or fixture to one side before tightening. For right-handed people, use your left hand to push the fixture from left to right, and tighten the actuation pin with your right hand. For left-handed people, do the opposite. 

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