Meusburger launches its new catalogue Punching Tool Construction 2014
More than 566 pages that help save time and money!
New products for punching tool construction
On 566 pages, the new catalogue displays a complete overview of Meusburger's range of products and services for punching tool construction. It now includes new die set sizes and systems such as the SH - Two-pillar die set, and N - Bars in new material grades. The tried and trusted precision bars are now also available in length 800. In addition, there have been many more extensions to the product range, especially in the categories guiding elements, cutting elements and springs.
Competitive advantages through standardisation
Especially in punching tool construction, standardisation can bring about a decisive competitive advantage. Complex systems can be assembled in a cost-effective and modular manner from Meusburger's range of standard parts. As a consequence, customers can save costly machining times and reduce their lead times. With it, workforce is freed up, allowing manufacturers to concentrate on their core competences.
A large warehouse for instant availability
At the extensive Meusburger warehouse, with more than 13,000 m² of storage area, there are more than 35,000 items for punching tool construction in stock. This ensures permanent availability and very short lead times.
You can find more information and order a catalogue at: www.meusburger.com
Meusburger Georg GmbH & Co KG
Meusburger is the leading manufacturer in the field of standard parts. More than 10,000 prestigious customers all over the world currently benefit from Meusburger's excellent service and the company's many years of experience in manufacturing high-quality standard parts. Offering an extensive product range that is perfectly adapted to its customers' needs, Meusburger is the ideal partner for overcoming all kinds of challenges in tool and mould making.
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