Custom-designed and special tooling

  • 31-Aug-2016 12:13 EDT
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In addition to Heimatec's (Prospect Heights, IL) standard tooling line, the company offers custom-designed and special tooling service. These tools are designed to suit specific requirements for all CNC lathes, regardless of application, brand or size, with the same quality as their standard tools. Heimatec’s tooling experts work directly with customers to design custom tools that solve specific application and manufacturing needs. They manufacture tools for popular machines, such as DMG Mori Seki, Haas, Mazak, Okuma and Samsung. According to Heimatec, their engineers work to provide the optimum solution in cutting time, mechanical motion and productivity performance. Additionally, they offer testing onsite to validate their designs. For more information, visit www.heimatecinc.com/.

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