Wide variety of tools for cutting, shaping, forming, and finishing metals and other materials in the manufacturing process.
Abrasive belts consist of abrasive grain adhered onto the surface of a cloth, film, paper, non-woven or other backing.
Abrasive discs consist of abrasive grain adhered onto the surface of a cloth, film, paper, non-woven or other backing. They are used for metal removal, surface finishing, sanding, etc.
Abrasive files are small stick or stone made of bonded abrasives or superabrasive coatings for deburring, finishing, lapping and polishing in hard to reach places and recesses.
Abrasive tools and water jet tools use a pressurized jet of water to cut or shape a variety of materials.
Angle cutters are milling cutters with the cutting face angled with respect to the axis of rotation.
Blast and jet machine components are accessories to blast and jet machines and systems. Products include abrasive jet cutting head, abrasive injector, blast cabinet / enclosure, blast room / cutting booth, blast wheel, crank drive, cutting head, dust collection / filtration system, gun / lance, hopper / tank, intensifier, media separator / reclaimer, pressure generator and waterjet cutting head.
Boring tools are used to cut or finish the inner diameter of holes.
Broaches are devices for cut-sizing, in which the tool is forced through the material for precision sizing or surface finishing.
Burnishing tools are used to impart a gloss or fine surface finish, often in processes that involve the cold working of metal surfaces.
Core bits are cutting tools used to remove a cylindrically shaped piece of material, called a core.
Counterbores are tools for cutting recessed holes in a workpiece, typically on center with a smaller hole. Counterbores are also used for spot facing.
Countersinks are tools used for cutting angled holes or countersinks in a workpiece.
Cut-off wheels and abrasive saw blades are used to cut bars, stock, pipes and other materials that are made of metal, concrete, or masonry.
Cutting tool inserts are replaceable attachments for cutting tools. They typically contain the actual cutting edge.
Deburring and chamfering tools are used to clean edges after machining. Deburring tools remove flashing and other unwanted edge properties caused by cutting or machining. A chamfer is a beveled edge at the intersection of two surfaces so the surfaces are typically at 45 degrees.
Dovetail cutters are specialized tools for cutting a dovetail angled grooves into a workpiece and are used for fitting or joining parts.
Drill bits are drill accessories that are used as rotary cutting tools for drilling holes.
EDM tooling, electrodes, fixtures, materials, guides and other supplies are used in electrical discharge machining (EDM), a highly-accurate manufacturing process for creating shapes within components and assemblies.
End mills are widely-used, multiple-flute cutters typically used for machining metals or plastics. They are typically mounted vertically and have two-or-more helical flutes. End mills are usually configured to cut with their ends and on their sides.
Face mills are primarily used for milling a face on the surface of a plate or bar. They are predominantly used to cut with the ends of the cutter rather than their sides.
Fly cutters are rotary tools that use one or more single-point tools for plane surfacing.
Gear cutters and hobs are tools for machining gear-tooth profiles.
Grinding wheels are used for metal removal, dimensioning, and finishing. They consist of an integral shank, pin, shaft, or mandrel that drives a mounted wheel or blades.
Groovers and slotters are tools for cutting narrow grooves or slots in a workpiece.
Hole saws, also referred to as hole cutters, are saw blades with a circular cutting profile. Hole saws are used in a drill and cut out a hole without cutting up the core material. Hole saws often has a centering drill for hole placement.
Keyseat cutters produce a groove or slot, which serves as a seat for a complementary engagement key. They are typically used in key shafts to provide positive engagement and prevent unwanted rotation or movement.
Knife blades are sharp-edged industrial tools for shearing or cutting materials. A blade uses an edge to fracture and slice threw a material. A knife blade can be "toothed" but it still uses pressure against its edge as the primary means of cutting.
Knurling tools are used to impart a regular surface pattern on the outside of a part for gripping or aesthetic purposes. Often, the imparted pattern is diamond shaped or parallel.
Laps and lapping tools are used for precision surface finishing, often in conjunction with loose abrasive compounds.
Machine knives are industrial cutting tools used in equipment for a variety of material processing applications. They are common in the food processing, packaging, rubber, paper, and textiles industries, amongst others.
Milling cutters are rotating cutting tools that are used mainly in milling machines and machining centers. Common configurations include end mills, face mills, shell mills, and application-specific cutters and geometries.
Mining bits are tools for boring into rock and earth. They drill and penetrate soft and hard rock in mining, quarrying, tunneling, construction, geological exploration, and blasting applications.
Mounted points are very small bonded abrasives or superabrasive wheels with a ball, point, cone, cylinder, or bullet shape. They are mounted on a pin or mandrel for portable die grinder and deburring applications.
Planing tools are used for surfacing planing on flat surfaces and gear teeth.
Punches are tools used to perforate material in order to create a cut the shape of the punch edge.
Reamers are rotary tools used for light material removal to deburr and size the inside diameter of holes.
Rotary burs are cutting tools with many closely-spaced cutting edges, often with negative rake angle, for finishing or deburring edges.
Router bits are rotating tools that are available in a variety of profiles and shapes. They are used with routers for edge shaping.
Saw blades are cutting implements used in conjunction with saws and other cutters.
Sharpening stones are used for sharpening edges and honing internal or external surfaces. They are generally stones or bonded abrasive product with a rectangular block or shaped stick configuration.
Taps are used to form or cut female threads on the inside of holes.
Thread Chasers and Tread Restoring tools are used to re-form or re-cut threads
Thread mills are rotating, multi-point tools that are used to produce internal or external threads. They resemble end mills or drill bits, and may be capable of producing multiple threads with a single cut. Thread mills area an alternative to thread cutting or thread forming.
Thread rolling dies are used to cold-form external threads or splines by pressing a hardened die into a rotating workpiece. Thread rolling produces stronger threads than those machined with a cutting tool and is generally less expensive.
Threading dies are used to form or cut male threads on the outside of rod or bars.
Threading inserts are replaceable cutting inserts that are used to create internal or external threads. They are used typically with a tool holder on a lathe or turning center.
Tool blanks are ungrounded rods or inserts for subsequent grinding, geometry, and edge design and fabrication.
Tool grinding and tool sharpening services manufacture, recondition, regrind, and provide special profiling for cutting and machining tools.
Turning tools are used on lathes for cutting or finishing the outside diameter of a workpiece.
Wire drawing dies are tools with highly-polished, specially-shaped holes through which wire is drawn to reduce its diameter.