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Platinum Tooling Technologies, Inc. will be selling products from Tecnicrafts Industries, a manufacturer of collets and guide bushings for Swiss Type CNC Lathes, in North America.

Tecnicrafts is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company with its manufacturing plant located in South India. Tecnicrafts collets and guide bushings are exclusively used for Swiss Turning applications on Citizen-Cincom, Tsugami, Star, Tornos, Hanwha, Traub, Hardinge, Manurhin-Kmx, Miyano, Nomura and other popular machine brands and are widely used by customers in Europe and Asia.

Platinum will be handling a broad range of Tecnicrafts collets, bar feeder collets and guide bushings.

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