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Why Carbide Remains One of the Most Popular Tool Materials

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The Team here at Epic Tool in Stoney Creek, Ontario, is proud to work with one of the most robust and most widely used materials, Carbide, on a daily basis since 2005. From CNC milling to custom carbide tool cuts, we are not only happy but proud to use this material in our everyday life, […]

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The Benefits of Choosing Carbide Tooling Solutions

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Epic Tool is one of North America’s top carbide tooling solutions companies. We have exclusively worked with carbide for the last ten years and produce upwards of 300 carbide tools per day. You can say we are carbide experts and have outlined the benefits of working with and purchasing carbide tooling solutions for your company. […]

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Why Epic Tool is Part of Hamilton’s Fastest Growing Companies

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The team here at Epic Tool Inc is very proud to be a part of Hamilton’s Fastest Growing Companies. We are a tooling solutions company with a wide range of standard and custom products, serving a handful of skilled industries across North America since 2005. We will highlight some of the reasons we are recognized […]

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Everything You Need to Know About CNC Conversion Kits and Machining

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The team here at Epic tool specializes in custom carbide tool manufacturing for an array of industries. We know the ins and outs of CNC machining like the back of our hands and understand how valuable this production method is for our clients and their lines of work. Below we have given you a rundown […]

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How to Prevent Breakage and Chipping on Carbide End Mills

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Carbide end mills are made to last the test of time for various projects and materials. Any contractor understands this and will happily invest in custom carbide tools for their projects and businesses. The team at Epic Tool Inc understands this but still wants to offer some tips on how to prevent any possible breakage […]

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Coolants Used in CNC Operations

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Why is coolant important? Coolant in purpose is widely understood – it’s used to temper high temperatures common during machining, and aid in chip evacuation. However, there are several types and styles, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Knowing which cnc coolant – or if any – is appropriate for your job can help […]

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Speeding Up Your Tool Change Time

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It is not uncommon for machining centres to have automatic tool changing devices to automate the tool changing process. Newer models exhibit quicker tool changing times. If you’re trying to minimize cycle time, there may be some things you can do to reduce tool change time. Reducing tool changing time will make the machine more […]

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Parts

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Unnecessary Machining A common mistake when designing parts is designing unnecessary features to machine. Such unnecessary machining adds to your run time and final production cost. There are many approaches that may be a neat addition to your machine visually, but add significant run time to machine away the remaining material. Instead, eliminate the need […]

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CNC Machine Trends

Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) is the use of software and computer-controlled machinery to automate a manufacturing process. Based on that definition, you need three components for a CAM system to function: Software that tells a machine how to make a product by generating toolpaths. Machinery that can turn raw material into a finished product. Post processing […]

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CNC Machining Within the Automotive Industry

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The automotive industry has established itself on innovation and improvement since its inception in the 1860’s, and manufacturing advances have been responsible for a great deal of automotive innovations. For example, take Henry Ford, 1913; he revolutionized auto assembly and mass production with the first moving assembly line and automation and streamlining have remained two […]

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