Mate Precision Tooling
1295 Lund Boulevard
Anoka, MN 55303 US
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As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Variety of Products Offered
Mate Precision tooling is displaying a variety of products including Ultra QCT quick-change tooling, SuperMax tool coating, CleanBend press brake tooling and optics for fiber lasers.
Successful Open House for Cardinal Manufacturing
Cardinal Manufacturing, a high school manufacturing program, raised more than $10,000 in a recent open house.
Adjustable Thick Turret Canisters for Quick Tool Changes
Rapidset adjustable thick turret canisters from Mate Precision Tooling are intended for use with Original Style and AMX punch press tooling.
Special Application Tools Boost Productivity
Special-application tooling from Mate Precision Tooling is designed to increase productivity, eliminate secondary operations and improve product quality.
High-Precision Grinder Eases Punch and Die Maintenance
Designed to ease punch and die maintenance, Mate’s ValuGrind high-precision grinder enables fabricators to regrind punches and dies to optimum condition for high-quality parts production.
Faster Off-Line Setup Helps Reduce Turret Tool Costs
At this company, a contract manufacturer specializing in sheet metal fabrication, finding ways to get more out of its turret punching operations has become a passion.
Increase Uptime, Decrease Occurrence Of Sharpening With Shearing Tool
With nine high speed turret punching machines that run around the clock 6 days a week, this company calculates that it fabricates 90 tons of steel a week, most of which is sheared and formed into panels for evaporator coils, air handlers and gas heating products.
Improved Tool Changeover Time And Increased Tool Life For Turret Punching
A desire to reduce CNC punch press tool setup time and shorten product deliveries motivated this shop to invest in a new tooling system.
Fabricator Uses U.S. Made Tool System To Overcome Stripping, Pulling
Custom sheet metal fabricator, Perfo AB, Mariestad, Sweden, manufactures bar code plates punched of sheet metal using a Murata Wiedemann Centrum 2000 turret punch press and a guided tool system from Mate Punch and Die (Anoka, Minnesota) that dramatically increases part accuracy and reliability. The bar code plates contain critical specification information for the manufacture and assembly of specific automobile models.