About HAEGERHaeger, a PennEngineering® Company, manufactures hardware insertion machines, we are the world leader in the development of innovative fastener insertion technology solutions. Haeger has introduced its full line of machines which provide our SingleTouch Part Handling Technology. These machines allow the insertion of up to four different fasteners in a single handling of a part. The Technology offers the single most significant boost to hardware insertion productivity since the introduction of automatic tooling systems. Haeger machines Create Hardware Insertion Profit Centers™ by optimizing labor, improving quality, and increasing productivity through the use of technology.
For nearly 40 years, Haeger has pioneered and manufactured machines and tooling systems for inserting nearly every type and size of self-clinching fastener imaginable. And, the development continues – we’re constantly creating new technologies for inserting nearly every type and size of self-clinching fasteners into all varieties of materials. Haeger’s engineers can solve insertion challenges that no one else can, whether it’s engineering, production, technical service or sales and marketing. Our staff brings experience, expertise, and diversity of talent second to none.
In 2018 Haeger, Inc. became part of PennEngineering®.
Introduction: Creating Hardware Insertion Profit Centers
The new 824 WindowTouch-4e brings you:
1. Easier and faster tooling setup combined with the most
reliable fastener feeding
2. Best workpiece accessibility
3. Easier and faster programming
4. Best Operator Ergonomics
5. Energy Saving
Learn how Haeger’s mission can become your profitability
• Are you still handling your parts multiple times?
• Are you still manually feeding the majority of your fasteners?
• Are you still experiencing substantial setup
times on both new and repeat jobs?
• Are you still under the assumption that setting
up automatic tooling is too complicated or too
Are you still experiencing:
• Missing fasteners?
• Fasteners inserted in the wrong location?
• Fasteners inserting on the wrong side of the part?
• Wrong length stud or standoff inserted?
• Parts scratched due to manual feeding in
combination with multiple handlings