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Engineering & Tool Steel Companies

Tooling is dependent on the manufacturing, but essentially refers to how something is made. Working or manufacturing aids such as cutting tools, dies, fixtures, gauges, jigs, moulds and patterns are limited in use to a specific production line or the performance of a specific contract or job. What must be remembered, is that tooling does not include machinery.

The GTMA Supplier Directory is home to a variety of companies offering tooling technologies and high-quality materials.

 


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Phone: +46 243 70 000
Email: toolox@ssab.com

SSAB is a world leader in the specialist area of abrasion resistant and high strength steels which are marketed under the well-known brand names of Strenx, Docol, Hardox, Armox and Toolox®.  These steels have acquired a reputation for high and consistent quality, and in spite of their hardness and strength they are easy to bend, […]


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Phone: 0121 561 4665
Email: neil.williams@hockleypattern.co.uk

Hockley Pattern & Tool Co Ltd has grown from a background of Automotive Patterns and Tooling into one of the leading Aerospace Toolmakers in the Country. We have had over twenty years experience with Cad Cam Technology and have invested in state of the art CAD systems and machinery. We currently run Catia v4, Catia […]


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Phone: +353 74 9560810
Email: mail@irishpressings.com

Irish Pressings Ltd was formed in 2005 by brothers Declan and Brendan Ward. Irish Pressings is a market leader in the design and manufacture of tooling, pressed/stamped metal components, welded assemblies, projection welding, machining and prototyping. We are committed to meeting and exceeding customer expectations in the supply of high-quality reliable products, at competitive prices, […]


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Phone: +44 (0) 1677 470995
Email: sales@groundflatstock.com

  GroundFlatStock.com Ltd are a UK manufacturer and stockist of precision ground flat stock and gauge plate, specializing in tool steel grade AISIO1 (BSO1, Werkstoff 1.2510). We have a complete range of metric (manufactured to DIN59350) and imperial dimensions, and in addition to these produce non-standard items in a variety of different grades of steel. […]