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2/26/2018

Turning Center Lines Feature Live Tooling

Originally titled 'Models Feature Live Tooling'
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Heimatec Inc. has available live tooling for models in the Hyundai, Miyano and Nakamura turning center lines, is carrying an inventory of live tools for machines and has also invested in other lines of machine tools moving forward.

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Heimatec Inc. has available live tooling for models in the Hyundai, Miyano and Nakamura turning center lines. The company is carrying an inventory of live tools for machines and has also committed an investment to the market for many other lines of machine tools moving forward. Heimatec serves its North American customers with a team of manufacturers’ rep firms, plus its Chicagoland facility offers stocking, repair, application engineering and service for the company’s line of live tools, multi-spindle tool, adapters, UTEC right angle heads and other items offered.  

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