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Benefits of Compound Tools for High Precision Metal Stamping in Minneapolis, MN

July 13th, 2017 · No Comments

At Thomas Engineering Company (TEC), the different tools and equipment we use for fabricating high-quality, precision-based parts cover a wide range. From our BRUDERER stamping presses to our house-made tools, our productions floor is well stocked with tools for all purposes. When it comes to complex, thin-stamped, micro-miniature, miniature, medium, and ultra-thin parts, look no further than Thomas Engineering Company’s precision metal stamping in Minneapolis, MN.

One of our commonly used tools on the production floor is the compound tool. These tools are versatile stations that work well in a number of different operations for a wide range of parts.

Why Compound Tools?

Our TEC engineers value our compound tools for flexibility in uses and reliability in operations. Using a compound tool offers the following benefits to our engineers and customers:

  • Compound tools work as a single station stage for parts of all sizes
  • Our TEC compound tools perform precision-based operations including piercing, cut out stamping, and blanking in one hit
  • Our compound tools work with excellence and efficiency on both low volume jobs and high volumes jobs, giving our customers the quality they need for the quantity they need
  • For parts demanding extreme accuracy for critical hole locations and flatness, TEC compound tools are an optimal equipment on our operations floors
  • Compound tools add quality, accuracy, and efficiency to all our precision metal stamping production

Compound tools are an important part of our tooling repertoire at TEC. These tools—in combination with our state-of-the-art stamping equipment, value-added service equipment, on and offline tooling, and rapid prototyping abilities—give our customers an experience in excellence for all their stamping needs.

For more information about TEC tools and equipment used for our precision metal stamping in Minneapolis, MN, contact Thomas Engineering Company at (763) 533-1501 today.

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