What We Purchase
Tungsten Carbide Inserts – inserts have many functions in machining, milling and grinding industries.
Tungsten Carbide End Mills/Drills – carbide end mills and drills cleanly cut, shape and form hard surfaces without requiring a finishing.
Tungsten Carbide Dies – dies are used for stamping, extruding, and drawing wire through a specific size.
Tungsten Carbide Saw Tips – when attached to a steel blade, the carbide resists breakage on woodworking and steel materials.
Tungsten Carbide Wear Parts – wear parts are used in a variety of applications. The carbide tooling holds up better than steel.
Tungsten Carbide Grinding Sludge – sludge is a byproduct from the grinding, cutting, shaping, forming and finishing of the manufacturing of tungsten carbide tooling, inserts, etc.
High Speed Steel (Tool Steel) – high speed steel has many of the same benefits as carbide. While the main benefit is lower cost than carbide, it also has a lower cutting speed range.