Precision Tools

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There are basics to manufacturing that change little over time. To create marketable parts, manufacturers must mold, mill, drill, cut, weld and otherwise fabricate raw materials into something consumers find useful. The tools used to do these things are another matter altogether. It’s no secret that machine technologies are changing rapidly.

SEMA News recently decided to explore some of the incredible capital equipment that’s become standard in the modern small to medium manufacturing facility. In some cases, we discovered tools that truly fit the word “revolutionary.” In others, we found new twists on old tooling standbys—twists that make them more efficient or cost effective. The following is a quick survey of a few of our favorites for measuring, cutting and fabricating.

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