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2/12/2018

Jergens Expands Its Custom Design and Build Workholding

Originally titled 'Company Adds Custom Design and Build Workholding '
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Jergens Inc. is adding custom design and build workholding to its existing Fixture-Pro, multi-axis, and other workholding products to enhance time to market and allow customers to enhance their manufacturing productivity with quick-change products.

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Jergens Inc. is 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 Jergens’ time to market and allow customers to enhance their manufacturing productivity with quick-change products, the company says.

These custom products are said to provide a solution for manufacturing customers that cannot use a one-size-fits-all approach. Value added fixture designs provide customers with an efficient, manufacturing solution. The addition of custom design and build workholding will allow support for both standard products and custom needs.

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