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ITC to introduce a plethora of products

ITC to introduce a plethora of products

Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) will be using the occasion of Sign & Digital UK 2018 to introduce a host of new products and to demonstrate its technical expertise.

On Stand E50, the Tamworth-based cutting tool specialist will present the latest 2018 edition of its new Folio catalogue, the extended line of blades for digital cutting tables and new routing tools for machining challenging aluminium composite materials (ACM).

At the 2017 event, ITC introduced its Vitreo coated tools for machining ACM materials and, following their success and positive customer feedback, it has further extended this series with the introduction of the new 1001 Series. A single flute router, manufactured from an-ultra wear resistant micro-grain carbide, it is a balanced tool for use on high frequency spindles that are commonplace on modern digital cutting tables and is ideal for machining Dibond and other aluminium composite materials.

Alongside the 1001 Series will be an innovative line of knife and blade tools that has once again been extended with new cutting geometries added for the efficient cutting of vinyl, corrugated board, foam-board and other materials. In addition to its extensive portfolio of blades and knife tools, ITC also offers a comprehensive re-sharpening and re-grind service for end users.

The new Folio catalogue is a 60-page publication that incorporates a comprehensive range of tools, ranging from solid carbide routing tools, through to engraving, folding, edge rounding and radius tools, plus carving tools, knife blades, taps, drills, rotation blades and also a complete line of specialist tools that can all be manufactured in the UK. Added to this, this fifth edition of the ITC Folio catalogue also includes information on complementary products, such as sacrificial sheets, lubricants, anti-slip matting, router collets, CNC tool holders and more.

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