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Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Launches New Website

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The website reflects an emphasis on “simplicity over complexity.”

Kyocera SGS Precision Tools (Munroe Falls, Ohio) has announced a brand-new website. Designed from the ground up as a modern and easy-to-use resource, kyocera-sgstool.com is said to reflect the company’s continuous improvement principles and an emphasis on simplicity over complexity.

The website works on any internet-enabled device. It connects directly with ToolWizard for accurate and controlled tool data. ToolWizard 2.1 can be accessed and launched from the homepage.

The company says that any bookmarks to the old website will no longer function. Additionally, stock check, distributor search and order search systems for members have not migrated to the new site. There is a link to access them on the homepage of kyocera-sgstool.com, and members’ usernames and passwords have not changed.

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