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Cardiac pacing A parameter of a pacemaker that is programmed permanently when manufactured
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At the time, there were no acceptable methods of presetting shrink-fit tools available that would support large-scale production needs.
"They were the first to develop a heat-shrink device concept that was adaptable to tool presetting. The next step was to have the same repeatability and ease of use that we presently enjoy using our current presetters.
"When you walk by the Hydromat and see it running, you may find the operator tending another machine or presetting tools for the next job.
Quick changeover and tool presetting go hand-in-hand in making the Hydromat CNC effective, even in lot sizes as small as 5000, says Mr.
TSD-Microbore (formerly DeVlieg Microbore) has pioneered in the application and use of vision systems for presetting tools with its Microset line of ten different types of vertical and horizontal machines.
The Microset Microvision II system for presetting micro-adjustable reamers is fitted to a model PSV-2760 preset machine.
Using the CNC machine for presetting also doesn't give operators a good opportunity to inspect tool condition.
Dedicated presetting or measuring machines simplify the process by overcoming the problems associated with measuring tool assemblies on the machine.
Presetting can be defined as the act of providing a predetermined space relationship between the cutting edge (or edges) of a cutting tool in a reference plane (or planes).
At a beginning level (Level 1), a presetting machine can use a sophisticated DRO.