Endurance Carbide’s Tungsten Carbide Cylindrical Punch Line:
- Tungsten Carbide Pilots Punches with Machinable Steel Sleeve Head or Solid Carbide
- Tungsten Carbide Punches, Straight Ground with Machinable Steel Sleeve Head or Solid Carbide.
- Tungsten Carbide Ejector Punches with Self-Contained Ejector Pin with Carbide Head and Hardened Steel Collar or Machinable Steel Sleeve Head.
- Tungsten Carbide Punches with Carbide Head and Hardened Steel Collar or Machinable Steel Sleeve Head.
- Tungsten Carbide Punches with Air Hole, Carbide Head and Hardened Steel Collar or Machinable Steel Sleeve Head.
- Tungsten Carbide Punches with Ball Lock Retainer.
- Tungsten Carbide Punches, Blueprint Specials for Customers Specific Requirements.
Specials and standards from .030″ to 6″ in diameter.
With precision machinery, only the best will do. Once you have made the decision to move into carbide, you should find a partner who knows what they are doing. For more than 50 years the team at Endurance Carbide has been providing the best and latest in carbide model punches.
But why use carbide punches at all? Why use the models from a brand like Endurance Carbide? Here are some facts you may not know a Carbide:
Carbide vs. Steel
As a machine component, steel is a markedly less expensive product to use. But how much is your machines’ up time worth to you? As an example you may spend around 1/3 the cost on steel components for your machines versus carbide punches. However have you even considered how much longer carbide lasts than steel? For around a 1/3 savings per purchase you are looking at a product which needs to be replaced almost 100 times as often. So if one of the carbide model punches costs $100 and a steel version costs $33.33, for a two-week continuously operating machine you are spending $100 for carbide. Your business is spending more than $3,000 for steel components! $100 vs $300 which; which would you chose?
In the scenario above, you are looking at taking your machines offline multiple times a day just to service them. If you were using carbide instead you wouldn’t have to have your machinery down, you wouldn’t have to pay the services costs, and your business would make exponentially more money.
When you look at the distinction between carbide punches and steel for your machinery there really is no contest. You are using precision machinery, doing the most mundane style work possible.
Carbide components from Endurance Carbide offers your business that chance. If you would like to learn more about the dominance of carbide give Endurance Carbide a call. They would be more than willing to walk you through the whole process and ensure your machines get the very best.
Using Steel? Unsure if carbide will work for your application? Applications assistance is available.
This is a service that can be a major factor in the success of a punch and die set.