Heule Tool Corp., Cincinnati, has launched a new website at www.heuletool.com designed to provide a more user-friendly experience with improved mobile-responsive navigation and functionality throughout. The new site allows users to access more information to enable better product education and purchasing decisions.
Heule’s new site includes technical data, videos, testimonials and case studies, which provide a more detailed overview of tool capabilities. The new case studies section of the website includes navigation to allow users to view case studies categorized by industry, application, material and tool. For example, a user looking for a tool for chamfering Inconel in the production of aircraft parts would be able to find similar case studies to determine tool possibilities that may work to solve his or her manufacturing challenge. Users can also browse these case studies for information about the particular benefits of using automated tools for high-volume manufacturing—such as reduced cycle times and higher-quality parts—in real customer situations.
Another new addition to the Heule website is industry pages dedicated to providing more specific information to customers in the primary manufacturing sectors that Heule serves, including aerospace, automotive, energy, medical/small parts, construction/large parts and precision machining. Users from these industries can browse testimonials, case studies and common tools used to solve the challenges relevant to manufacturing and production in specific industries.
“Our goal is to continue to provide more ways for our customers and partners to learn about our tools and the ways they can be used to solve manufacturing challenges. We know that manufacturing engineers, machinists and others in our industry are interested in researching products and finding the best solutions. We’re excited to provide that opportunity through our website to continue getting information out there that helps our customers stay at the forefront of manufacturing technology,” said Heule Tool President Gary Brown.
Related Glossary Terms
Machining a bevel on a workpiece or tool; improves a tool’s entrance into the cut.
- precision machining ( precision measurement)
precision machining ( precision measurement)
Machining and measuring to exacting standards. Four basic considerations are: dimensions, or geometrical characteristics such as lengths, angles and diameters of which the sizes are numerically specified; limits, or the maximum and minimum sizes permissible for a specified dimension; tolerances, or the total permissible variations in size; and allowances, or the prescribed differences in dimensions between mating parts.