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The Tool and Die Guy

It's always fun to find people out there on the internet ready and willing to share their tricks of the trade. While doing some research for an article I came across the Tool and Die Guy.
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It's always fun to find people out there on the internet ready and willing to share their tricks of the trade. While doing some research for an article I came across the Tool and Die Guy.

His name is Phil Kerner, and according to his site, he's been working in manufacturing for more than 35 years. He's owned his own shops, and has worked as a tool & die maker, a machinist and a mold designer, and he designs his own fixtures every day.

He expresses his gratitude for being able to have apprenticed under some really talented toolmakers, and now he just wants to pay it forward by sharing what he's learned. There is a lot of free stuff  on the site, and even more if you become a member. His site now has a total of 134 videos and articles.

 

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