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Tooling Technology Quick-Change System Catalog

Tooling Technology, a Tooling Tech Group company, offers a 12-page catalog outlining its Segen Quick-Change precision locating systems. These systems are designed to replace traditional nuts, bolts and hand tools in industrial set-ups, workholding, clamping, fixturing and alignment applications, helping users save significant time and money.

 The brochure begins by explaining how the Segen system works. Then, each spread highlights a Segen product family, ranging from micro-sized systems that start at 500 lbs. static holding force to mega-sized quick-change systems with 25,000 lbs. of static holding force. A picture of every cylinder lock and knob is shown along with product nomenclature and specifications to help guide customers to the correct components. Additionally, there are individual pages outlining the high-strength knobs, sensor locks and snap locks offerings. Peripheral pneumatic components for system set-up are also included.


How the Segen System Works

A quick burst of compressed air is used to unlock five high-strength stainless steel balls, enabling the mating steel retention knobs to move into place. Once seated, the air pressure is removed, mechanically repositioning and locking the balls in place around the knob. The cylinder locks stay mechanically locked until pneumatic pressure is applied to automatically release them, providing a fail-safe holding system, even if pneumatic pressure is lost. 

 "The Segen systems are extremely flexible and suited for any environment requiring frequent changes including thermoform tooling, robotic and automation fixtures, CNC machining position fixtures, injection molding tooling, ultrasonic welding fixtures and more," said a company spokesperson.

Download the brochure at or watch the product video at

For more information contact:

Tooling Tech Group

51223 Quadrate Drive

Macomb, MI 48042


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