IMCO Carbide Tool Inc.
IMCO Carbide Tool Inc.
28170 Cedar Park Blvd.
Perrysburg, OH 43551 US
IMCO Carbide Tool serves customers large and small throughout North America and the world. Every IMCO tool is sourced and made in the United States. IMCO was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in Northwest Ohio along the I-75 industrial corridor, just minutes from the Ohio Turnpike (80/90 east-west) and I-75 (north-south).
IMCO Partners with Student Engineers
The company is helping students build cars for international racing competitions.
Imco Supports Student Designers
Cutting tool manufacturer Imco Carbide Tool recently donated thousands of dollars worth of end mills to help student designers build a Formula SAE racecar from the ground up.
End Mill’s Reinforced Edges, Coating Boost Metal Removal
Suited for high-volume operations, Imco Carbide Tool’s Pow-R-Feed M924 end mill features reinforced, optimized cutting edges and an AlCrNX-engineered coating.
Inconel Meets Match in General-Purpose End Mill
This difficult Inconel application demonstrates that even some basic tool designs can perform admirably when paired with the right tool paths.
End Mills Cut at High Feed Rates in Hard Metals
Imco’s enDuro M525 end mill and its five-flute variations are designed for higher feed rates in titanium and stainless steel.
Tooling Catalog Features Case Studies
Imco’s 170-page guide is designed with the look of a trade magazine.
Tool Line Complements Titanium, Stainless Techniques
A notable trend over the past five years or so has been the evolution of techniques for machining hard, difficult-to-cut materials, particularly titanium and stainless steel.
Catalog Features Tools For Increased Productivity
The 2010 full-color catalog from Imco Carbide Tool features case studies and user testimonials that include tips for increased productivity, sustained performance and extended tool life.
End Mills Designed For High Feed Rates
Imco Carbide Tool offers the Pow-R-Feed M90 end mill for roughing, slotting and finishing difficult-to-machine materials. To increase the number of parts per tool that users can machine, the tools are designed to push metal-removal and feed rates above standard rates of production. They are useful for a variety of m