Rego-Fix powers Ed Carpenter Racing with precision toolholding

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Rego-Fix has partnered with Indianapolis-based Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) to supply premium toolholding solutions for the IndyCar Series team’s machine shop. (Courtesy: Rego-Fix)

Swiss tooling company Rego-Fix has partnered with Indianapolis-based Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) to supply premium toolholding solutions for the IndyCar Series team’s machine shop.

For its precision machining operations, ECR will use Rego-Fix’s world-renowned ER collets and other related accessories, the powRgrip® toolholding system and Multi Line products that boost the accuracy of traditional-style tooling. ECR will use these productivity-enhancing solutions on its two new Hurco CNC machines — a TM10Mi lathe with live tooling capability and a high-speed, 5-axis VMX42HSRTi mill.

“Rego-Fix has a long history of innovation and dedication to detail that is necessary to deliver truly premium toolholding systems our customers have come to trust for reliability and precision,” said Bill Obras, Rego-Fix general manager, Americas. “We’re proud to partner with an organization like ECR that is equally dedicated to excellence and has established itself admirably in a very competitive environment.”

Just as racing requires a relentless pursuit of perfection, Rego-Fix continually looks for ways to produce the very best in Swiss precision products that the manufacturing industry has come to know and expect. The company constantly evaluates its processes and is committed to achieving excellence that empowers its customers to excel.

“We are excited to form this partnership with Rego-Fix. Speed; precision and reliability are key in the NTT Indycar Series, and the Rego-Fix system meets all our needs,” said Tim Broyles, president of Ed Carpenter Racing. “We know we can rely on Rego-Fix for the accuracy and repeatability required in our fast-paced industry.”

ECR has been a mainstay and perennial front runner for 13 seasons in the NTT Indycar Series, America’s preeminent open-wheel racing series. Featuring auto racing’s crown jewel, the Indianapolis 500, the series runs an 18-race schedule that crosses the country from St. Petersburg, Florida, to Portland, Oregon.

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