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Over the past 50 years, Peterson Tool Company has become the recognized worldwide leader in special cutting tool solutions primarily for the automatic screw machine market, whether it be multi-spindle or single spindle. We also provide various carbide insert solutions for CNC equipment and turning equipment of all types.
Our products are the most precise and carefully engineered carbide tools in the world.
We invite you to browse through the site, view all our cutting edge Solutions, explore our Resources area that provides “how-to” articles, white papers and case studies. But most importantly, contact us so that we can begin serving your needs.
If you’re looking for cutting tool solutions that maintain tight tolerances while reducing downtime and maintenance, you’ve come to the right place.
Anchoring the highest quality of products in the world, our Thrift brand line provides ISO 9000 certified carbide tooling solutions for all your needs.
As a Peterson client, you’ll be working with a team of innovators who were first to introduce many revolutionary techniques to the screw machine industry. Peterson introduced carbide insert technology, was the first to utilize EDM technology, first to offer a datum-based tooling system, and the first to back up the unique performance and flexibility of carbide insert systems with machine fixtures specifically developed for the screw machine industry.
We will not rest until we have delivered the very best engineered products in the world in less time than you had anticipated with a value far greater than you expected.
Peterson provides a complete process engineering service – at no additional cost to you. You simply provide part and machine specifications and we take care of the rest.
We invite you to give us a call and talk with one of our engineers to see how our solutions can help meet and exceed your needs. We look forward to becoming your partner.
Call us at (615) 242.7341 or send us your information to start the quoting process.
Mar. 3, 2012