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Tooling Tech Group Highlights Segen Quick Change System at the Assembly Show

Tooling Tech Group will be in booth #1044 demonstrating its Segen Quick Change products at the Assembly Show in Rosemont, IL on October 25-27.

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August 3, 2022
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ROSEMONT, IL –The Segen components can replace nuts, bolts, fasteners, and hand tools to significantly reduce the time wasted on industrial setups, changeovers, work holding, clamping, fixturing and alignment. This system, comprised of strong and reliable cylinders and mating knobs, pays for itself quickly by replacing “down-time” with “production time”.

The Segen products are easily installed and are even easier to operate, requiring only compressed shop air. They are ultra-precise and provide a mechanically fail-safe mechanism for any industry and application. The Segen product family ranges from micro-sized systems that start at 500 lbs. static holding force to mega-sized quick-change systems with 25,000 lbs. of static holding force. More information is available at https://toolingtechgroup.com/segen-quick-change/.

Additionally, the company will be highlighting its automation capability from single cell workstations to fully automated robotic assembly systems, as well as its Flexbase standardized, modular automation cells.

About Tooling Tech:
Tooling Tech Group builds custom automated systems for assembly, joining and inspection as well as tooling for a variety of applications including thermoform molding, high compression composite molding, blow molding, rotational molding, die casting, and stamping. Industries served include automotive, appliance, lawn and garden, agricultural, aerospace, marine, and off-road vehicle industries, among others. Through organic growth and acquisitions, the company has become the largest tooling provider in the United States with 650+ employees, 13 modern facilities and over 1 million square feet of manufacturing space across four states

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