Indexable tool

  • 20-Aug-2010 03:33 EDT
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Mate Precision Tooling’s Ultra IMT fully indexable multi tool can achieve any angle setting on the workpiece. The system is designed to use Mate Ultra punches, strippers, and Slug Free dies, eliminating the need for specialized tooling inventory. Assembly and disassembly is simplified, with no tools required for punch, striker, and stripper retention/removal. A drop-in quick-tool-change design reduces machine downtime while increasing productivity. Features include integral punch-length adjustment, variable stripping force options, fully ported lubrication, easy active station identification, and ergonomic design.

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