There are a number of ways to fixture workpieces on the H-Series. Some require special macros to configure the machine, and are linked where applicable, but otherwise they are plug-and-play.
Standard print bed:
Dovetail bed. In this configuration you can attach stock directly to the bed with M4 threaded holes:
Flat vise for clamping square stock, adjustable up to the full width of the dovetail bed.
The flat vise can be used in a number of orientations, or used to hold up to 8 independent pieces simultaneously.
A rotary vise as the 4th axis holding round stock with an ER32 collet:
A 4th axis holding flat stock with the rotary vise:
A 4th axis with tailstock for supporting longer round stock:
Tow opposed rotary axes for more rigid control of long round or square stock:
Two opposed rotary axes clamping a larger mandrel for rotary printing:
The Window Frame fixture, between two rotary axes, clamping the long edges of flat stock:
The 5-axis setup, with one rotary axis attached to another, with a rotary print bed installed:
The 5-axis setup with a larger Rotary Print Bed installed:
The 5-axis setup with the ER32 collet holding round stock:
The 5-axis setup with the Rotary Vise holding square stock: