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2/27/2018

Custom Workholding Design, Manufacture Services Offered

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Jergens has expanded its offering by adding custom design and build workholding to its existing Fixture-Pro, Multi Axis and other workholding products.

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Jergens has expanded its offering by adding custom design and build workholding to its existing Fixture-Pro, Multi Axis and other workholding products. The addition of custom design and manufacturing capabilities will enhance the company’s time to market and further enable customers to enhance their manufacturing productivity with efficient quick-change products. 

The company expects that adding custom products will provide a valuable solution for its customers which cannot resort to a one-size-fits-all approach to their fixtures. As such, these services are aimed at meeting complex and unique machining applications.

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