ITC publishes latest product catalogue

Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) has published the latest edition of its annual product catalogue. Now in its 15th edition, the new publication is crammed with new product developments from the Tamworth-based cutting tool manufacturer.

As a UK manufacturer of innovative cutting tools, the new catalogue is packed with high-quality technically advanced cutting tools that include new milling, drilling, threading and specialist milling lines.

The latest edition also incorporates ITC’s updated pricing structure for 2020 as well as having an enhanced aluminium milling section. There is also information on new square and ball nosed steel and exotic milling lines as well as the arrival of ITC’s new conical barrel end mills.

Commenting on the latest edition of the catalogue, ITC’s newly appointed director, Georgia Graves said: “We are always attentive to the demands of the marketplace; and in this latest edition of our product catalogue, we have expanded our aluminium milling product lines as well as a number of other product ranges to either offer greater reach for difficult-to-access surfaces or to provide increased stability with more stub-length tools.”

The new catalogue can be downloaded via the link below.

ITC www.itc-ltd.co.uk/products www.itc-ltd.co.uk

 

 

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