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Haimer has introduced new Microset tool presetting machines.

The new machines reduce set up times by as much as 70 per cent, the company says, while also allowing customers to increase machine utilization by streamlining tool setting processes.

Equipped with easy to use software and designed with a thermally stable cast iron base, Microset enhances accuracy and process reliability from one operator to the next. They are industry 4.0-ready with post-processing capabilities and ± 2 μm repeatability. Other features include ‘Release-By-Touch’ with laser edgefinder, vacuum clamping, 1,000 tool data storage and an incident light.

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