2019 Sourcing Guide: Mold Maintenance, Repair & Surface Treatment

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 mold maintenance, repair and surface treatment.


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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 mold maintenance, repair and surface treatment section:

Accurapuls Canada Inc. Edmonton, AB, Canada, 780-445-0920
Alpha Laser - US — Meadville, PA, 814-336-9000
Alliance Specialties and Laser Sales Inc. — Wauconda, IL, 847-487-1945
Bales Metal Surface Solutions — Downers Grove, IL, 630-852-4665
Blue Wave Ultrasonics Inc. — Davenport, IA, 563-322-0144
Boride Engineered Abrasives — Traverse City, MI, 231-929-2121
Branson — Danbury, CT, 203-796-0400
Brush Research Manufacturing Co. Inc. — Los Angeles, CA, 323-261-2193
Cold Jet LLC — Loveland, OH, 513-831-3211

Die Sep — Lake Geneva, WI, 262-767-9751
DME/Milacron — Madison Heights, MI, 248-398-6000
Duro-Chrome Industries — Wauconda, IL, 847-487-2900
Dytron Corp. — Frazer, MI, 586-296-9600
ENGIS Corp. — Wheeling, IL, 847-808-9400
Extrude Hone — Irwin, PA, 724-863-5900
Fisa North America — Elk Grove Village, IL, 847-299-8400
Gesswein & Co. — Bridgeport, CT, 203-366-5400
Grieve Corp. The — Round Lake, IL, 847-546-8225
High Tech Laser and Polishing — Lee's Summit, MO, 815-525-9800
Ikonics Industrial Inkjet Solutions — Duluth, MN, 218-628-2217
LaserStar Technologies Corp. — Riverside, RI, 401-438-1500
Manner USA Inc. — Lawrenceville, GA, 770-449-1820
Mould Pro — Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 909-941-0600
Nanoplas — Grandville, MI, 616-452-3907
O.R. Laser — Elk Grove Village, IL, 847-593-5711
Oerlikon Balzers Coating USA Inc. — Schaumburg, IL, 847-844-1753
Omegasonics — Simi Valley, CA, 805-583-0875
Phoenix Laser — Meadville, PA, 814-724-3666
Polymer Cleaning Technology Inc. — Hillsborough, NJ, 908-281-0055
Precision Laser Technology — Rochester, NY, 585-458-6208
Rocklin Manufacturing Co. — Sioux City, IA, 712-255-7957
Rofin-Sinar Inc. — Plymouth, MI, 734-455-5400
RUD Ketten, Rieger &Dietz GmbH u. Co. KG, DE 49 7361 504 1070
Slide Products Inc. — Wheeling, IL, 847-541-7220
Smart Attend Inc. — Aurora, ON, Canada, 866-210-9630
SURFACETEC — Franklin Park, IL, 630-521-0001
Thermal-Tech Systems Inc. — West Chicago, IL, 630-639-5115
ToolingDocs — Wauconda, IL, 847-487-1000
United Tool & Mold Inc. — Easley, SC, 864-859-8300
Wisconsin Engraving / UNITEX — New Berlin, WI, 262-786-4521

More on Mold Maintenance, Repair & Surface Treatment

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Browse our entire database of moldmaking suppliers in the supplier section. You can search by company name or by product category name, including automation, CAD/CAM, cutting tools and toolholders, EDM, hot runner systems, inspection/measurement, machining centers, mold components, mold maintenance, repair and surface treatment, mold materials, molds/tools/dies and additive manufacturing.

Interested in more of the latest content on machining from MoldMaking Technology? Be sure to check out the Mold Maintenance and Repair Zone and the Surface Treatment Zone for the latest articles, blogs, products, news and videos.




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