6/14/2016

Tom Paine Group Offers 5th Axis Workholding Products

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Tom Paine Group represents 5th Axis in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas.

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5th Axis Workholding (San Diego, California) recently announced that the Tom Paine Group (Mansfield, Texas) will represent its products in the Southern United States, including Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas.

Founded and inspired by self-described “passionate machinists and engineers,” 5th Axis specializes in fine-tuned workholding solutions. All of the company’s five-axis vise and dovetail fixtures are produced for machinists, by machinists, the company says. The company also offers a line of low-profile mounting fixtures and clamps that self-center and install with two bolts.

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