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ITC’s 2018 Folio Tooling Catalogue is available now

ITC’s 2018 Folio Tooling Catalogue is available now

Widely recognised as a leading UK manufacturer of cutting tools for the sign and print sectors, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) has now published the latest edition of its Folio Catalogue.

The 2018 catalogue is a useful cutting tool resource for companies that want to improve their productivity, reduce their tooling costs and attain the benefits associated with working with industry experts. It encompasses everything from routing and engraving tools, through to more specialised tools for folding, carving, deburring, edge rounding, drilling, tapping and much more.

ITC has worked with some of the most technologically advanced materials and substrates for more than a generation and evidence of its technical expertise can be found throughout the new 60-page catalogue, which shows single and twin flute tools with a vast selection of options, including square or ball nose, stub or long-length tools, fast or slow helix geometries and a selection of coatings and grades for use with even the most challenging ACM materials.

In addition, ITC has also extended its already comprehensive line of knife blade tools for use with digital cutting tables that process vinyl, corrugated board, foam-board and much more, while the range of flat and round-shank drag knife blades, oscillating blades and rotation blades has also been expanded to cater for the needs of the modern signmaker, pattern maker and cardboard engineering business.

To complement the vast range of tools, the Folio Catalogue also offers a wide variety of associated product lines, such as tool holders and collets, sacrificial sheets, lubricants, anti-slip matting and more.

A copy of the Folio Catalogue can be downloaded at or a paper copy can be supplied by a local representative

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