At some point, that ques­tion aris­es inevitably: is it pos­si­ble to replace a worn tool, or can it be repaired? Each option has its advan­tages. By pur­chas­ing a new cut­ting tool, you receive a kind of war­ran­ty that it will have a per­fect fin­ish and longer tool life. How­ev­er, if you think about a more eco­nom­i­cal solu­tion, recon­di­tion­ing tool ser­vice is a sol­id choice if done by experts like us.

Com­pos­ite Cut­ter Tech­nol­o­gy is pleased to offer a vari­ety of ser­vices: from man­u­fac­tur­ing new cus­tom tools to re-tip­ping and re-sharp­en­ing the used PCD tools. You can trust us on that: we have been in this busi­ness since 1983. Our engi­neers will eval­u­ate a tool’s con­di­tion (coat­ing, tool wear type, and loca­tion of the damage(s)) and rec­om­mend the best option for each par­tic­u­lar case. Gen­er­al­ly speak­ing, each kind of wear has a cause and a cost-effec­tive solution.

Some examples of the tool wear or damage that can be repaired:

Not every dam­age can be fixed; for exam­ple, this PCD tool below crashed in the machine and can­not be repaired. That is why well-timed tool main­te­nance is critical.

You can always rely on our qual­i­ty stan­dard to repair or rebuild all of the PCD tools we pro­duce (these are CBN and PCD tools, respec­tive­ly): drills, end mills, ream­ers, inserts, coun­ter­sinks, and oth­er types.

At Com­pos­ite Cut­ter Tech­nol­o­gy, we rec­og­nize the impor­tance of your invest­ments. Please think twice before giv­ing up on the old tools: you could use them longer than you assume with­out com­pro­mis­ing the qual­i­ty. Con­tact us today to dis­cuss the best strat­e­gy for your con­tin­u­ous pro­duc­tion cycle.