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3/6/2014

Machine Mount Rack Stores Toolholders

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Huot’s machine mount rack for storing and organizing toolholders mounts on the front or side of a machine.

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Huot’s machine mount rack for storing and organizing toolholders mounts on the front or side of a machine. Designed as a miniature version the company’s wall-mount tree, the rack features a heavy-duty, 14-guage steel base and 16-gauge steel shelves, and is finishes with a scratch-resistant powder paint. It protrudes only 11", offering a shallow profile to keep shelves close to the machine. The two 14-slot shelves mount flat or at a -20-degree angle for tool presentation, and can be mounted at various heights. Durable nylon inserts protect and securely hold toolholders. Six mounting locations ensure a sturdy, solid fit to the machine, the company says.

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