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1/18/2019

Fischer Tools Designed for Customization

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Fischer Special Tooling’s precision ground cutting tools are manufactured for its client’s specific facing operation.

Fischer Special Tooling’s precision ground cutting tools are manufactured for its client’s specific facing operation. Using solid carbide, brazed carbide or high speed steel, the company is said to design any custom shape regardless of the complexity of the tooling geometry. The company’s engineering staff works with customers to design cutting tools for their O-Ring gland, VCR gland and other critical sealing features on machined components. The company’s grinding processes are said to provide the highest precision possible with the appropriate clearance to ensure a smooth operation.

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