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7/23/2018

Swiss-Type Tooling for Citizen Machines Built to Last

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IMTS 2018: Heimatec offers a line of live and static tools for Citizen Swiss-type lathes. 

Heimatec has developed a series of live and static tools for Citizen lathes designed to improve processing quality and increase service life. To achieve this, the company incorporates the highest quality bearings, ground gear components, spindles, and housings to produce tools with maximum rigidity.   

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