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Fullerton Becomes HAIMER Safe-Lock Licensee

Posted by Beth Bauer - July 14, 2017

Fullerton Tool has partnered with HAIMER USA, the market leader in tool holding technology, as a licensee of HAIMER's Safe-Lock System.  We are now offering our advanced performance end mills with the HAIMER Safe-Lock System.

2016_SafeLock_Nahaufnahme.jpgThe Safe-Lock System's unique design is a welcome addition to our innovative, precision-made cutting tools.  Our advanced performance cutting tools are designed for increased precision, speeds and metal removal rates.  The Safe-Lock System will help reduce potential pull-out during aggressive machining, improving the manufacturer's productivity and profits.

Safe-Lock's unique design in cutting tools and tool holders combines high precision shrink fit clamping with a positive form locking mechanism.  This prevents round cutting tools from being rotated or completely pulled out from tool holderings during heavy machining.  The combination of a symmetrical locking tool design with high concentricity and excellent balance of the Safe-Lock System, results in a vibration-free machining process.  This leads to more efficient metal removal rates, superior to that of conventional milling chucks or weldon side-lock tool holders.

"Our recent collaboration with HAIMER is yet another example of putting the customer first.  Not only are we excited to partner with HAIMER who shares a similar history of being an innovative, family-owned, customer-focused manufacturer, but as a HAIMER Safe-Lock provider we will continue to improve profits at the spindle for customers." said Patrick Curry, President of Fullerton Tool.

Interested in learning more about the HAIMER Safe-Lock System on our Advanced Performance End Mills?  Contact our Engineering team at [email protected] or 989.799.4550. 

Topics: Advanced Performance End Mills, haimer, safe-lock system, safe-lock, high performance, high performance end mills, partnerships, advanced performance