2019 Sourcing Guide: Cutting Tools
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is a comprehensive guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including cutting tools.
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MoldMaking Technology’s online database offers more than 1,000 manufacturers, distributors and suppliers for more than 200 product and service categories that you employ daily. To keep this information current, MoldMaking Technology surveys and updates its supplier database every spring with the latest company contact information and product/service offerings.
This month’s Technology Review and Sourcing Guide includes a portion of that database listed in sourcing grids tailored to match suppliers with their respective product/service offerings along with a sample of product releases that the magazine featured throughout the year. These are the 40 companies from the July 2019 cutting tools section:
Big Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. — Hoffman Estates, IL, 247-770-2999
Cobra Carbide — Riverside, CA, 951-280-4700
Cole Carbide Industries Inc. — Orion Township, MI, 586-757-8700
Crystallume — Santa Clara, CA, 408-653-1700
CVD Diamond Corp. — London, ON, 519-457-9903
Dapra Corp. — Bloomfield, CT, 860-242-8539
Data Flute — Pittsfield, MA, 413-499-3895
Drill Masters - Eldorado Tool — Milford, CT, 203-878-1711
EDM Network Inc. — Sugar Grove, IL, 630-466-5588
Emuge Corp. — West Boylston, MA, 508-595-3600
Greenleaf Corp. — Saegertown, PA, 814-763-2915
Haimer USA — Villa Park, IL, 630-833-1500
Horn USA Inc. — Franklin, TN, 615-771-4100
Ingersoll Cutting Tools — Rockford, IL, 815-387-6600
Iscar Metals Inc. — Arlington, TX, 817-258-3200
JM Performance Products Inc. — Fairport Harbor, OH, 440-357-1234
Kennametal Inc. — Latrobe, PA, 800-446-7738
LMT USA Inc. — Waukegan, IL, 847-693-3270
Micro 100 Tool Corp. — Meridian, ID, 208-888-7310
Millstar — Orion Twp., MI, 586-573-9450
Monster Tool Co. — San Marcos, CA, 888-227-2433
Nachi America Inc. — Greenwood, IN, 317-530-1001
Niagara Cutter — Troy, MI, 248-528-5220
NSK America Corp. — Hoffman Estates, IL, 847-843-7664
OSG USA Inc. — Glendale Heights, IL, 630-790-1400
Rego-Fix Tool Corp. — Whitestown, IN, 317-870-5959
RobbJack Corp. — Lincoln, CA, 916-645-6045
RoundTool Laboratories — Huntington Beach, CA, 800-854-2431
Sandvik Coromant Co. — Fair Lawn, NJ, 201-794-5000
SCHUNK, Inc. — Morrisville, NC, 919-572-2705
Scientific Cutting Tools — Simi Valley, CA, 805-584-9495
Seco Tools LLC — Troy, MI, 248-528-5200
Single Source Technologies — Auburn Hills, MI, 248-232-6232
Sumitomo Electric Carbide Inc. — Mt. Prospect, IL, 847-635-0044
Tool Alliance — Huntington Beach, CA, 714-898-9224
Tool-Flo Manufacturing Inc. — Houston, TX, 713-941-1080
Transor Filter USA — Elk Grove Village, IL, 847-640-0273
Tungaloy America — Arlington Heights, IL, 888-554-8394
Walter USA LLC — Waukesha, WI, 262-347-2400
YG-1 Tool Co. — Vernon Hills, IL, 800-765-8665
More on Cutting Tools
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