Wilson Tool Introduces EXP(TM) Punch Technology for Fab/Thin Turret Tooling

WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN. – Wilson Tool International (www.wilsontool.com) now offers EXP™ punch technology for Fab/thin turret style tooling. Previously available only for thick turret tooling, EXP delivers the fastest setups in the industry.

EXP punch technology is the first tooling to offer a standard holder with universal punches, making it practical and cost effective for fabricators to replace only the punch. With EXP, switching between punches is up to four times faster than traditional punches. All EXP punches come standard with Wilson Tool's exclusive Ultima® premium tool steel – resulting in twice the life as most standard punches.

In addition, Wilson Tool now offers HPX guide assemblies for Fab/thin turret tooling. HPX guide assemblies combine the industry-leading innovation found in EXP punch technology with Wilson Tool's patented HP2 punch adjustment capabilities, including tool-free punch length adjustment. The result is the fastest and easiest-to-use Fab/thin turret tooling available today.

To learn more about EXP™ punch technology for Fab/thin turret style tooling from Wilson Tool, visit www.wilsontool.com.

About Wilson Tool

Since 1966, Wilson Tool International® (www.wilsontool.com) has been a leading provider of tooling solutions that enhance the performance of sheet metal fabricating machinery worldwide. Wilson Tool is the world's largest independent manufacturer of tooling systems for punch presses, press brakes, and punch and die components for the stamping industry. Products are manufactured at the company's world headquarters in White Bear Lake, Minn., USA, as well as manufacturing facilities in England, China, Brazil and Italy. Exacta product lines are manufactured in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Wilson Tool's network of sales engineers and international distributors operate in virtually every industrialized nation around the globe.


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Wilson Tool International



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