VORTEX TOOL COMPANY EXPANDS LINE OF PHENOLIC TOOLING

VORTEX TOOL COMPANY EXPANDS LINE OF PHENOLIC TOOLING

Vortex Tool Company, Inc.has expanded its Series 6100 & 6200 line of three-flute phenolic/composite spirals with four new spiral tool sizes designed to provide maximum tool life. For upcut geometry, part 6143C with a 3/8 Cutting Edge Diameter (CED) and part 6152C with a 1/2 CED have been added. For downcut geometry, part 6243C with 3/8 CED and part 6252C with 1/2 CED have been added. These tools provide better finishes and significantly lower noise levels when cutting phenolic panels and composite materials at high feed rates.

American owned and operated, Vortex Tool Company, Inc., designs and manufactures a wide variety of standard and custom high-performance router and insert cutting tools for the woodworking and plastics industries, and provides re-tipping and sharpening services.

For more information about their complete line of tooling, visit www.vortextool.com or contact Vortex Tool Company, 5605 East Jelinek Avenue, Schofield, WI  54476 Phone 1-800-355-7708 or 715-355-7707 Fax 715-355-7353.

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