Daters and Center Inserts Provide Continuous Quality and Reliability

CUMSA USA continues to provide continuous reliability and quality with its stainless steel original daters and center insert components.
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CUMSA USA daters and mold inserts

CUMSA USA continues to present its high-quality and reliable daters and center insert components for moldmakers. Said to be the best daters in the market, the company’s products come with the guarantee that all its components are made in a controlled environment in Europe, and continue to provide identical quality. CUMSA notes that all original products are engraved with the part number and lot number, and the center inserts come with a trademark for assurance.

The outer body and the center insert of CUMSA’s daters are said to always remain at the same level, which improves the quality of the molded part. Center inserts can also be removed and updated from the parting line without disassembling the mold from the molding machine. Made of stainless steel, daters and center inserts offer a variety of sizes and models to meet customer’s needs. They are also available in several diameters starting from 3 mm up to 20 mm. 

According to the company, the most popular engravings are month and year, months only, and years only, which are available for immediate delivery. Customized engravings are available upon customer requests.


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