Fullerton Tool CompanyClick image to enlargeFullerton Tool Co., a solid carbide tool manufacturer, and Haimer USA have recently signed a licensing agreement for Haimer’s patented Safe-Lock anti-pullout system.

“We are very happy to have formed a partnership with Fullerton Tool, an American market leader in the cutting tool industry. Fullerton’s precision-made tooling is well suited for the Haimer Safe-Lock system,” said Brendt Holden, president of Haimer USA.

“Fullerton Tool is excited to partner up with a world class toolholder company like Haimer,” said Patrick Curry, President of Fullerton Tool Co. “The combination of Fullerton Tools’ Advance Performance End Mills and Haimer Safe-Lock is a proven solution for our customers who have challenging machining applications.”

Safe-Lock, which emerged from the requirements of heavy-duty machining, initially made a name for itself in the aerospace and energy industries. However, cost and time savings are not solely restricted to typical aerospace applications and have also been found in typical milling applications.

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