REGO-FIX Case Study

Advanced Tooling Keeps Shop Fast, Agile

Apr 29, 2022


All Axis R&D, a three-man prototyping, pilot production and engineering shop in Claremont, NH, machines between 300 and 500 new part numbers annually. Typical lot sizes range from single-digit runs to perhaps 100 pieces, and the parts rou-tinely require tolerances of +/- 0.0001” and surface finishes of 8 Ra or better. In addition, the shop also provides customers with manufacturing process engineering assistance. The shop’s heavy and varied workload magnified the need for efficiency.

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With U.S. headquarters in Whitestown, Indiana, REGO-FIX, inventor of the original ER collet system, is a world leader in the manufacture of Swiss precision tooling. For more information on REGO-FIX, its products and services, or to request a catalog, please call 1.800.REGO-FIX or visit the company’s website at

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