The global tool holders market is expected to grow by 5.2 percent year on year in 2022, reaching a value of approximately US$ 1,173.4 Mn by the end of 2022. Tool holders are required for efficiently and safely connecting high-speed tools such as drills, taps, and milling cutters to a machine.
It is critical in mechanized procedures that require high levels of precision. This is because they serve as a link between a tool and a machine. The tool holder used in high-precision mechanized operations has an impact on product quality, machine life span, and process noise. The global business is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of 5.4 percent between 2022 and 2028.
Due to increased demand from end-use applications, FMI expects North America to remain a key market for tool holders over the forecast period. The region is expected to experience a 4.3 percent value CAGR in the Tool Holders industry. The global tool holders market is expected to account for approximately 1.5 percent of the global market.
Companies are now focusing on improving product features and achieving longer operating life for cutting equipment, machines, and associated consumables. They have also targeted large manufacturing areas such as metal fabrication and automotive, promising increased efficiency and precision cutting.
Several companies are pursuing advanced product quality by incorporating innovative technologies, long-lasting equipment, and consumable materials with extra features at a reasonable price. Another technique mentioned by participants is focusing on improving consumer safety while maintaining high operational flexibility to reduce overall cost and manufacturing time.
The expansion of emerging economies is expected to increase sales of machining tools such as tool holders, having a significant impact on the market over the forecast period. As a result of stable demand in North America and Western Europe, as well as continued but slower growth in emerging markets, particularly the Middle East, Africa, and Japan.
As a result of the pandemic crisis, demand for tool holders is expected to remain at 4.2 percent between 2013 and 2021. Machine tools are expected to grow at a rate of 4.3 percent by volume over the assessment period of 2022-2028.
Automotive, aerospace and heavy engineering industries are focusing on improving their efficiency by increasing productivity in the available manufacturing space. Horizontal machining centers as opposed to vertical machining centers can accommodate a large number of tool holders in a given amount of workspace and also create a demand for them among industries.
Tool holders are required during the manufacturing of engines, transmission components, turbochargers, brake rotors, bearings, gears, and other components. Furthermore, because the entire procedure is automated, setting up tool-holding equipment often involves cheap capital and no labor costs. This decreases the likelihood of human error resulting in increased manufacturing accuracy.
- Sandvik AB
- Guhring, Inc.
- CERATIZIT S.A.
- KYOCERA UNIMERCO
- Kemmler Präzisionswerkzeuge GmbH
- Haimer GmbH
- Collis Toolholder Corp.
- Ingersoll Cutting Tool Company
- T.M. Smith Tool
- F L Tool Holders
- BIG KAISER
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