"Tools" in an industrial context have less to do with the more commonly known hand tools such as the hammer, saw or trowel. They are the parts of machines that ensure that the intermediate and end products are well preserved during mass production. The types of production can differ greatly: intermediate and end products can be cast, stamped, reformed or sprayed. Machining techniques are not undertaken by special tools, but are set into milling machines.
- Tools are designed for thousands of steps in the production line
- They have to work with high-quality and precision
- They are in general not serial products
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A specific tool is necessary for every step of the product. The production of tools, made for all parts of the production line, are very similar: a negative contour is created in two halves of a block of high-strength and temperature resistant, high-quality steel. Then the raw material or intermediate product will be poured, pressed or sprayed into the block. After the two block halves are then pulled apart, the final product can be obtained.