Purchase A Tool Setter Made in The USA

Written by Small Business Magazine on January 30, 2013. Posted in Boring inserts, Tap adapters, Tool presetters

Tool setter

A machine tool is used for shaping or machining metal or other rigid materials, typically by cutting, boring, grinding, shearing, etc.
All machine tools perform two functions: first, constraining the workpiece; second, providing guided movement of the parts of the machine. There are a variety of different CNC tooling products like tapping tools, tool presetters, boring tools, and tool holding products, all of which attach to machines that perform these precise cuts and tapping jobs. A tool pre setter, specifically, measure the precise cuts that each machine needs with a high level of accuracy, while a tool holder, or a tool setter, holds the attached drill or other tool in place so that the machine can work accurately.

A tool setter is often used in the process of boring. There are various types of boring; in one type, the boring bar is supported on both ends (in cases where an existing hole is a through hole); in another, it is supported at one end (which works for both through holes and blind holes). Interestingly, gun drilling and cannon boring were first developed to make the barrels of firearms and artillery, but today these machining techniques find wide use in many industries

It is essential to invest in high quality, durable machining tools, as you want to ensure that these tools last for a considerable amount of time and do not wear out easily. Today, it is possible to purchase machining tools, such as a tool setter, that are manufactured in America. Reshoring, the return of previously offshored jobs and manufacturing, is due in part to the high shipping costs, supply chain logistics, poor quality and rising labor costs associated with offshoring. Purchasing a tool setter from a company that offers machining products made in America is a great way to invest in the American economy.

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