Turks Head Rolls play a crucial role in metal forming, requiring wear resistance and precise relief angles, surface finishes, and concentricity to ensure efficient production. At our company, we specialize in manufacturing rollers that meet these exacting standards.
Our precision-ground Forming Rolls are ideal for producing tubing or piping, ensuring high-quality final products. With improved surface finishing, our rolls offer increased wear resistance and consistency in the final parts.
Our precision-machined Straightener Rolls, also known as guide rolls, flatwire straightening rolls, cable straightening rolls, or tube/wire straighteners, are highly reliable and precise for various wire and tubing applications. With our precision grinding and machining expertise, we produce these rolls at the highest level of quality using carbide for exceptional performance.
We are a trusted supplier for aluminum extrusion operations of any scale, with our expertise in producing precise mandrels and buttons. The extrusion process demands tight tolerances and a superior surface finish. Our mandrels and buttons are perfectly paired to work together in extruding inner and outer profiles. Whether you need custom solutions or standard tooling, we offer the highest quality products to ensure the success of your extrusion operations.
Our premium Carbide Blocks are ideal for various industrial applications, offering exceptional durability and performance. Whether you need blocks in different sizes or surface finishes, we provide high-quality carbide blocks that can withstand your manufacturing applications. Contact us today to get a quote for your carbide block needs.
Our Carbide Wire Straightener is ideal for wire drawing operations, offering exceptional wear resistance in various sizes. Our global reputation for quality and competitive pricing is built on our ability to quickly produce wire straightening dies of any size, ensuring superior performance, increased efficiency, and reduced downtime. Contact us today to learn more about our tailored solutions for your wire straightening needs.
To ensure smooth process operations, we offer high-quality extrusion dies for industrial applications such as bolts and brake lines. Our specialty polishing process extends the lifespan of automotive tooling. At the same time, our expertise in Tool Steel makes us a leading supplier in the stamping industry. Our customer service, from production scheduling to quality control and pricing, is second to none. Contact us to learn more about our solutions for the automotive industry and other sectors.
Looking for high-quality die cutters for your industrial applications? We offer a range of steel and carbide die cutters up to 12" in length at our company. Our expert team can also produce soft plugs for bolted plates to meet your specific needs. With our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, you can trust us to provide top-notch solutions for your die cutting requirements. Contact us to get started on a quote for your custom die cutters.
Compacting Dies are crucial in powder compaction, shaping, and compacting conductive wire. Carbide and diamond dies are commonly used for this purpose, with well-ground, and polished carbide dies offering excellent longevity for production runs depending on ID requirements. Our Carbide Die Munition is designed to provide exceptional durability and performance in various compacting applications.
The performance of Draw Die and Deep Draw Die tooling depends on several factors, including the carbide grade and vendor, and the die manufacturing process. We specialize in manufacturing high-performance tooling for metal stamping companies, with a worldwide reputation for quality and reliability. Our state-of-the-art equipment and decades of experience enable us to produce a wide range of tooling, including Draw, dies, Deep Draw dies, Curl dies, Nibs, and more, ensuring consistent and reliable performance day after day.
Upgrade your manufacturing process with our reliable and durable carbide tooling solutions. Our high-quality products are customized to meet your specific needs so that you can confidently optimize your production process. Contact us today to learn more.
Carbide is a chemical compound composed of carbon and a metal or semi-metallic element. It is made by heating metal powders, usually tungsten, and carbon to a very high temperature. Carbide is hard, strong, and resistant to chemical attack and high temperatures. Tungsten carbide is often polished and finished with diamonds.
One of the major benefits of using tungsten carbide is its incredible durability. The material has an incredibly high melting point (around 5400 degrees Celsius) which means it is extremely resistant to heat and wears and tear. This makes it ideal for applications that require intense heat or wear resistance. Additionally, its hardness makes it able to withstand high levels of pressure without damage – making it great for extruding, end forming, rolling, and cutting.
Yes and no. Before it goes in the oven it is in a green state which is soft and can be turned or milled to preform close to the final shape required. Once its in the hard state is when it becomes difficult and that is where final dimensions are brought to size. Its a combination of using the correct diamond wheels and the correct bonding of those wheels along with high tech equipment and most of all many years of experience. Our employees are the most valuable part of that equation.
Ability to be made to a much higher RC value than steel (rockwell hardness) up to to 90 RC range which allows for a much more wear resistant material than steel that tops out at about 65 RC. (steel has a tendency to crack beyond this point) in turn money is saved with less down time making and replacing steel dies.
Carbide is stable. We grind parts with +/-.0002 tolerance. Steel will change in size much more than that with hot or cold temperatures. (Extrusions and end forming is done at molten or close to temperatures).
Carbide can be polished to a higher micro than steel which results in less slag or material stuck to the dies.Stuck material shows in drags or marks on the final part surface (less down time polishing).