Cutting Tool Specialists
Tel: 01384 486390
Fax: 01384 75864
© 2017 Carbex Limited
Co. Reg. No. 3932348
Unit 12, The Wallows Industrial Estate
Fens Pool Avenue, Brierley Hill
West Midlands. DY5 1QA
Tel: +44 (0)1384 486390
Carbex offers manufacturing and regrinding services in solid carbide and all high speed
steel materials. We also produce cnc ground carbide inserts to customers requirements, and
laser marking of tools & components.
We specialize in the manufacture
of special carbide or HSS cutting
tools to customer drawings or to
suit component drawings supplied
by our customers.
special milling cutters
These range from standard forms in
non-standard sizes to complex profiles for
highly specialized applications. Made from solid
high grain carbide or HSS materials there is an
excellent chance that we will be able to solve
your tooling problems.
Special counterbore or countersink
drills to customer requirements. We
modify standard drills or
manufacture from new using various
We can supply cnc ground carbide inserts from
a wide variety of manufacturers in either a
standard form or modified to your specification.
This can include special forms as well as a
range of coatings to suit all requirements.
As well as manufacturing a range of tools we also offer CNC regrinding of all types of
tooling to the highest standards. This extends the life of your tools and is a very cost
effective way to get the maximum usage from expensive tooling.
Why Regrind a Tool?
To assure maximum tool life.
It is a fraction of the cost of
Tools can be resized or
altered as desired.
CNC reground tools are
returned as new condition.
Savings to you on tooling
When tools are received for reconditioning they are sorted and 100% checked for condition. If the tool is
passed to be economically acceptable it is reground to original geometry, inspected and then either coated
in protective wax or packaged in plastic sleeving ready for dispatch.
REMEMBER - QUALITY REGROUND TOOLS ARE ONLY A FRACTION OF THE COST OF REPLACEMENT - IT MAKES
Any coatings that have been applied to original tools can be re-applied after regrinding. If the coating is not
readily available an equivalent can be used upon approval