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Apparatus construction as a special aspect of tool making handles the manufacturing of apparatus for processing, handling, testing or assembling workpieces, pre-products or end products using specific work processes such as drilling, welding, fine-tuning, clamping or equipping. These are sequences that need to be reproduced exactly in high volumes to ensure that the processed parts have a consistent quality. Manufacturing apparatus hereby proves to be a complex and cost-intensive process; not least because they can be manufactured often only as individual parts or in small series.
In fixture construction, there are sequences that need to be reproduced exactly in high volumes to ensure that the processed parts are of consistent quality. The manufacturing process for fixtures frequently proves itself to be complex and cost-intensive.
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