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5/28/2004

Tool Storage For NC Tools

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The company’s specialized numerical control tool storage system is designed to provide protection and ease of storage for NC tools, the company says. The model includes three levels with a tool platform, label holder and two steel decking levels for bulk storage. Made with rugged PVC, the system is said to protect tools against impact and helps prevent corrosion. The PVC extrusion also allows for coolant draining.

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