Based in Saginaw, MI, Endurance Carbide proudly produces quality, long-lasting carbide tools for all of your milling applications. We offer dies made from both solid tungsten carbide and carbide tungsten inserted into steel casings for durable use when you’re hard at work.
Until recently, steel was the primary material used in manufacturing dies and other precision wear parts. However, using tungsten carbide tools offers many advantages in the long run. Learn more about the benefits of using tungsten carbide dies from our expert technicians at Endurance Carbide today.
- 1. Long-Lasting Strength and Durability
Tungsten carbide is known for its superior strength. Whether you’re in the market for extrusion dies, stamping dies or shaving dies, the tungsten carbide construction helps our industrial dies last longer without damage or deterioration. Our tungsten carbide dies are also produced to meet industry standards, so you can rely on their efficiency and durability for years to come.
- 2. Save Money over Time
Though tungsten carbide wear parts tend to have higher upfront costs than steel parts, they also tend to last longer. By investing in tungsten carbide dies, you won’t have to spend the time and money to continuously replace your dies.
- 3. Increased Productivity on the Jobsite
Where replacement wear parts can cost more in the long run, and often require more maintenance and repairs, tungsten carbide dies help to reduce downtime and enhance productivity. Instead of continuously replacing wear parts when your machines could be running, opt for the durability and longevity of tungsten carbide dies.
- 4. Locally Manufactured to Fit Your Specifications
We produce all of our industrial wear products right here in Saginaw County, serving customers in Michigan and across the U.S. Our technicians are dedicated to manufacturing not only quality, reliable tungsten carbide dies, but parts that live up to your high standards and specifications.
Order High-Quality Carbide Dies Today
Benefit from using tungsten carbide dies in your milling applications. Call 989-777-7950 to learn more about the advantages of tungsten carbide dies or to place your order for wear parts today.