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Seco Assistant App Saves Time, Boosts Productivity

The Seco Assistant app from Seco Tools LLC streamlines daily machining experiences, combining vital information and tools with a smooth user experience.

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The Seco Assistant app from Seco Tools LLC (Troy, Michigan) streamlines daily machining experiences, combining vital information and tools with a smooth user experience. Developed for maximum convenience and ease of use, the app maintains a small download size, a clean, clear interface and can be still be accessed offline.

Scan code for Seco Assistant app

Seco Assistant’s machining calculator, for example, provides access to turning, milling and holemaking data for any brand including feeds, speeds and material removal rate. The Tool Comparison function offers Seco tool recommendations and alternatives to other manufacturer’s inserts, and the Suggest function helps customers find the right tooling option and cutting strategies for specific jobs. Searching for a product is simplified further by item, number, designation, grade, or scanning the code on the packaging.

Scan the QR-code above or go to the app store to download Seco Assistant.

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