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ITC Tooling
Cyber House, 1 Kepler
Lichfield Road Industrial Estate
B79 7XE
[t] 01827 304500
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Efficient manufacture demands the correct combination of several critical elements, including the machine tool, programming strategy, and cutting tool technology. Together these will deliver the desired result. Few elements can have such an effect as the selection and application of cutting tools.

ITC are round tool specialists. Whatever the requirement, from a one-off special to 1,000 pieces, ITC can provide a cutting tool that works, using a combination of service, rapid response, stocks, and access to a diverse and ever growing product line. Continued investment in state-of-the-art CNC grinding equipment gives the capacity to rapidly manufacture specials and to return used tools to 'as new' condition.
ITC's Cyber cutter for Titanium delivers over 250 hour's service
20 January, 2007
Since its inception in 2000, Ace Precision has won contracts to supply a plethora of industries including the racing car industry. To manufacture components for the various sectors, ACE has purchased four Hitachi Seiki VS40 machining centres equipped with cutting tools from ITC of Tamworth. ACE works with titanium, Inconel and HS15 and 30 aluminium alloys to fine tolerances, so the use of correctly designed cutting tools is imperative.
Flying high with ITC
19 January, 2007
The continual challenges of the aerospace industry are nothing new to Hudson Engineering of Nailsea near Bristol; since its inception in 1980 the company has worked in the aerospace sector producing components for a number of companies.
F1 Supplier insists upon Cyber range
18 January, 2007
Hitchin based BBF Machining has supplied components to virtually every UK based Formula One team and manufacturer of race cars. The company is fully dedicated to motor sport with over 90% of its work in the industry. The continual pressure of demand is a way of life for BBF, a company with a vast array of CNC machine tools.
ITC helps Tarpey-Harris Ltd increase their high speed machining capabilities
17 January, 2007
The benefits of high spindle speeds in mould and die applications are well known. However the cost of high speed machining centre prohibits many companies from employing this technology. Tarpey Harris Ltd, who have invested over
ITC speeds up Graphite Electrode Production
16 January, 2007
Midlands, based Graphite Technologies plc, part of the Tokai Carbon Group, is currently using a 65,000 rpm air driven spindle for the manufacture of solid, sinking EDM electrodes.
Armitage Shanks in partnership with ITC
15 January, 2007
Armitage Shanks is renown for its stylish, high quality and up-to-the-minute bathroom ware. Mention bathrooms and Armitage Shanks is one of the first names that springs to mind. A key global player in the design and manufacture of precision non, ferrous castings for domestic and industrial applications, including bathroom and sink taps and shower heads the company is design driven.
Versatility is the key
17 November, 2004
The ability to use cutters for numerous operations has vastly reduced tooling stock at Tufflay, specifically special cutters. Another contributing factor to stock reduction is the ability of ITC cutters to perform roughing and finishing tasks.
Beryllium Copper meets Bathing Beauty
17 November, 2004
Armitage Shanks, renowned for its stylish, high quality and up-to-the-minute bathroom ware, is in parternship with ITC Tooling
ITC speeds graphite electrode production
17 November, 2004
Graphite Technologies is currently using a 65,000 rpm air-driven spindle for the manufacture of solid-sinking EDM electrodes.
Air turbine delivers 30,000 rpm through high speed machining
17 November, 2004
To gain an additional high speed resource and increase the range of its new Depojet 1208 machining centre, Tarpey-Harris the company has invested in an Air Turbine Tools 250XJS 30,000 rpm high speed unit supplied by Industrial Tooling Corporation.
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