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4/26/2017

Tool Presetters Minimize Idle Time

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Eastec 2017: Haimer will showcase its Microset tool presetters.

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Haimer will showcase its Microset tool presetters. Designed to reduce setup time by streamlining tool setting, these systems help minimize idle time and boost machine utilization rates. Uncomplicated software makes them easy to use, the company says, while cast iron base construction ensures stability.    

The company offers a range of tool presetting equipment under the Microset brand for a variety of applications and budget constraints, including the Uno entry-level series and the Vio series.

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