Tool Presetters Are Used for Precision Manufacturing
Manufacturing has been leading the United States economic recovery through the rebound following the financial collapse of 2008. This resurgence, is due in part to reshoring, or the return of previously offshored production back to the United States. This reshoring, with its return of offshored jobs and manufacturing, is partly due to the high cost of shipping and supply chain logistics. Other factors that played a role in reshoring, including manufacturers of tool presetters, are poor product quality and rising labor costs that were associated with offshoring.
Tool holding products, such as tool presetters are solutions for high velocity, high speed machining that has a large range of projections. Other tools that fall into this include boring heads, boring inserts and other boring tools such as a collet. A collet is a device that forms a collar around the object being held. The collet exerts a strong force on the object when tighten, creating a strong clamp.
Cutting tool manufactures and tool presetters are taking advantage of this reshoring, as are other machine tool manufacturers. Tool presetters are an important part of the manufacturing process. As tool presetters, tapping tools and other similar products, go on machine to perform precision cutting and tapping jobs, they are integral to the overall manufacturing process. Because things such as tool presetters can measure cuts very precisely and accurately, the manufacturing process becomes more streamlined.
Tool presetters, tapping tools, and boring tools will not be seen in the average DIY tool belt. These tools are design for large scale manufacturing processes. Tool presetters can increase the productivity of many manufacturing scenarios. With high volume output, these manufacturers can continue to keep their processes, and jobs, in the United States, rather than offshoring. The reshoring process will increase the economic viability of manufacturing companies throughout the country.