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HAIMER will feature their Microset tool presetting machines along with all core HAIMER products and technologies this May at the Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show (MMTS).

The company will be located in booth #437 at Place Bonaventure.

HAIMER’s new Microset tool presetting machines reduce setup times by as much as 70% and also allow users to increase machine utilization at the same time by streamlining tool setting processes. Designed for ease of use with uncomplicated software and a stable cast iron base, Microset gives the highest degree accuracy and process reliability from one operator to the next.

Some key differentiators for HAIMER Microset tool presetting machines:

- ± 2 μm repeatability

- release-by-touch with laser edgefinder

- post-processing capabilities (Industry 4.0)

- shop ready (thermally stable)

- incident light

- vacuum clamping

- 1,000 tool data storage

HAIMER offers a wide range of tool presetting equipment under the Microset banner. The UNO Series includes unique high-tech features not usually seen in entry level tool presetters – in addition to high precision, speed and reliability. The VIO Series offers absolute reliability with high quality components.

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