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8/4/2017

Tool Presetting Machines Reduce Setup Times by 70 Percent

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Westec 2017: Haimer will feature its Microset tool presetting machines, which are said to streamline tool setting processes to reduce set up times by as much as 70 percent. 

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Haimer will feature its Microset tool presetting machines, which are said to streamline tool setting processes to reduce set up times by as much as 70 percent, minimizing idle time and increasing machine utilization. The company says that key features of the presetting machines are its ease of use, simple software, and stable, cast-iron base.

Haimer offers a range of Microset products for different applications and budgets, including the Uno series and the Vio series.

Other technologies and products featured will include power clamp shrink-fit machines, shrink-fit toolholders and collet chucks, tool dynamic balancing machines, Safe-Lock and Duo-Lock technologies, 3D sensors, and the Cool Flash coolant delivery system. 

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