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Modig Machine Tool, Virserum, Sweden, has signed a multi-year agreement with Seco Tools, Fagersta, Sweden, for development of next generation machine tools. 

David Modig, president of Modig Machine Tool, says "our customers are asking for faster machines with higher chip removal rates. Harnessing Seco's highly specialized cutting tool competence will accelerate our ability to meet these challenges. With their assistance in prototype testing, we are confident we will exceed customer expectations with our next product release, the RigiMill, and beyond."

Dave Todd, strategic engineering manager, says "we are used to pushing the limits with lighter, stronger and more corrosive-resistance materials for the aerospace industry. Seco embraces this collaboration with Modig to deploy our machining competence."

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