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Titan Tool Supply Expands Precision Micro Finishing Tool Offering to 100+ Products

Updated: Apr 17, 2023



February 16, 2023, Buffalo, New York, USA – Titan Tool Supply, Inc. has announced the recent expansion of its online product catalog for precision micro finishing tools. More than 100 unique products are now available for immediate customer order and shipment from stock on www.TitanToolSupply.com.

Among the expanded offerings are the company’s Carbide Micro Grinding Mandrels for optimized precision micro machining accuracy and performance. The Mandrels support the precision grinding of Tungsten Carbide, fiberglass, stone, marble, ferrite, composites, non-ferrous metals, industrial ceramics, rubber, reinforced plastics, glass and other hard abrasive materials. Offered in both Diamond and Borazon Jig grinding types, they are available with choice of either 500/600 or 325/400 grit, and with either 0.016”, 0.020”, or 0.02” head size. In addition, Diamond Jig Grinding Mandrels are available in a choice of grit size, either 80/100 coarse or 200/240 fine.

Titan Tool Supply has also expanded its range of Diamond and Borazon Jig Grinding Mandrels, to support the precision micro finishing of dies and die buttons, specialty punches, drill bushings and cutting tools, as well as stainless steel, exotic super alloys, cast iron, Beryllium copper, and Stellite parts. The mandrels are offered with either 60/80 coarse, 100/120 medium, or 230/270 fine grit size. The company has also expanded its range of Borazon Carbide Micro Grinding Pins to support the precision micro finishing of high-carbon, high-chrome, and high-speed steels, such as M2, M3, M4, M7, T1 and T15, as well as D2, D3, D7 and A & O series die steels. Various super alloys, which otherwise may be regarded as “difficult”, typically also respond favorably to the pins.

In addition, Titan Tool Supply has expanded the online availability of its Composite Diamond Flex Files. Featuring a non-steel blank construction, their design incorporates a specialty composite material for added durability and flexibility, while still keeping them lightweight. A specialty “Dot Matrix” plating allows for easy removal of filed materials on the Flexi File, and as needed to achieve a superior surface finish. In addition, Titan Tool Supply has expanded its range of Super Flex Diamond Files. Super Flex Diamond Files offer high strength within a low profile, long, flexible package, as required for the precision micro finishing of extrusion dies or aircraft components, or any other application characterized by narrow or hard-to-reach areas, or where conventional micro finishing techniques may otherwise be difficult to achieve due to lack of accessibility.

Of the recent additions, Titan Tool Supply president, Frank D. Menza, notes, “We are pleased to be expanding our precision micro finishing tool offerings in direct response to customer feedback. By stocking these additional standard sizes and grits, we are affording our valued worldwide customers greater accessibility to our products, while also continuing to keep their costs down.”

Since 1952, Titan Tool Supply has supported more than 5,700 customers in 50 countries with its full range of industrial-grade optical instrumentation and precision micro finishing tools. The company’s precision micro finishing tools support the advanced manufacturing requirements, including those of in-house R&D and Quality Assurance departments, of the automotive, aerospace and defense, electronics and medical manufacturing, industrial plant engineering and maintenance, university, machine shop, and tool, die and mold making industries.

For more information about the precision micro finishing tools from Titan Tool Supply, please contact the company at 716-873-9907, via email at info@titantoolsupply.com, or visit www.TitanToolSupply.com.


PR Author/Advertising & Editorial: Molly Bakewell Chamberlin President / Industry Subject Matter Expert Embassy Global, LLC inquiries@embassyglobalpr.com




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