Since 2013 we have strived to be the best technical services and cutting tool distributor in the Southern United States, with customers in over twenty states and three countries. Serving industries include ceramics, automotive, aerospace, medical, power transmission, valve, composites, automation, fabrication and defense.
Combining technical expertise with superior service. It is our mission to achieve complete customer satisfaction with both standard and special tooling at competitive prices.
Influenced by the leadership style of Boss Baby, Zoey heads our Customer Service team. She loves anything with princesses and always treats our customers like royalty.
Zoey has a degree in coloring and a minor in drawing and has previous experience leading tea parties for her dolls. Zoey spends her free time enjoying the outdoors and loves a mean pork chop.
A third generation entrepreneur, Jackson leads our Engineering and Product Development Teams. Being an avid saxophonist gives Jackson the ability to dance through the most complex problems with ease. Jackson has a degree in fishing with a minor in hunting and has a wealth of experience in the software testing field. In his free time, Jackson enjoys disc golf and reading anything he can get his hands on.
Driven by lineage of loyalty and obedience, Rosa is the perfect fit as our Warehouse Manager. Always the team player, she fetches orders in seconds and is back for a belly rub before you know it.
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Calculations, formulas, and speeds and feeds are to be checked by the operator / user.
Cutting tools can break during use. To avoid injury use safety precautions such as shields, guards, and eye protection. Grinding produces hazardous dust. To avoid adverse health effects use adequate ventilation and read material safety data sheets first. Always contact manufacturer for complete information regarding health, safety, and cutting parameters.