CNC Machining Cutting Tools – Carbide Drills/Endmills Industrial Supplies Update

As the manufacturing sector continues its recovery from the economic downturn of the pandemic era, a Grand Rapid, MI-based machine tooling supplier (1-800-999-9180) announces an updated range of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment for the metalworking industry.

Creston Industrial’s latest launch provides engineers, designers, and business owners with a comprehensive collection of machining solutions from drills, taps, reamers, and boring tools to carbide endmills and tool holders.

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The announcement details the company’s expanded inventory of state-of-the-art cutting tools, dedicated customer support, repair services, and in-person consultations with Creston Industrial’s team of metalworking specialists.

According to Creative Mechanisms, CNC machines were first used in the 1940s. Once these were controlled using a punched or perforated paper tape system, subsequent decades saw this relatively primitive method of machine control superseded by digital computer processing. CNC machines interpret the data fed to them by CAM or CAD programs.

Customers can benefit from Creston Industrial’s streamlined online shopping experience. The company website has a dedicated portal for engineers, providing metal cutting technicians with advanced technical search parameters and downloadable 3D models. The store carries leading brands such as Sandvik Coromant, Kennametal, and Iscar.

The company also stocks an impressive range of grinding wheels and coated abrasives from industry leaders like 3M. Also available are metalworking fluids and lubricants from industry leaders like Accu-Lube and Mobil. Customers can also browse an extensive array of tool holders, storage carts and racks, and other MRO supplies.

Creston Industrial’s consultation services cover everything from metalworking applications and tool selection to productivity assessments and reviews to help clients maximize operational and technical efficiency.

About Creston Industrial

The company was first established in 1958 and is committed to providing its customers with the highest operational standards. Creston Industrial offers an industry-leading inventory and flexible delivery options for its data-driven, quality-focused services. The team also brings expertise in carbide regrinding and coating services, handling all collection and shipping logistics to ensure a hassle-free experience for clients.

A spokesperson says, “We are the Midwest’s leader for the engineering, sales, and distribution of CNC machining and industrial supplies. We are one of the world’s thought leaders on digital manufacturing, CAM simulation, and industry 4.0 matters for CNC machining and manufacturing business owners.”

With its latest CNC machining product and service updates, Creston Industrial continues to set the standard for industrial manufacturing solutions for the metalworking sector.

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