Did you know that using a tool presetter can help a shop become more disciplined when it comes to measuring tools and managing them? Importantly, tool presetters offer state of the art measuring, so they are able to measure precise cuts that machines need with perfect accuracy.
The main function of a tool presetter is to set a tool’s calibration. This helps the tool make an exact cut or punch, and presetters can measure out to many decimal points, meaning tools will be preset to the exact specifications necessary to carry out whatever job you need to do.
It is important to point out that there are a variety of different ways to record and store measurement tools. There are some presetters which allow you to manually record information, and others that put the information in digitally. Some presetters use barcodes, and some use RFID chips, though the more high end and expensive models have the best technology.
Both tool setters and tool presetters allow workers to drastically reduce their tool setup time. Tool presetters especially save time for workers, which in turn allows them to spend more time actually working on their projects, leading to higher profits.