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Tungsten ToolWorks



Phone: 714-898-9224
Toll-Free: 800-854-2431
Fax: 714-891-7816

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Please visit: Tungsten ToolWorks

Mailing Address:
5451 McFadden Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA 92649 US



A Special Message from Tungsten ToolWorks

Customize Yourself Today with Tungsten ToolWorks!

Tungsten Toolworks

Company Profile


Visit Tool Alliance for our entire family of great carbide products!

Tungsten ToolWorks invented the method of using the web to source, design, and order customized solid carbide cutting tools. Pricing and delivery information, along with a blueprint of your design, are provided live in real time. All products are manufactured within our own ISO registered factories and feature the finest quality and characteristics. PVD hardcoating is also performed in-house. The efficiency of the entire business model allows us to deliver industry-acclaimed cutters at extremely competitive pricing, with deliveries as quick as two business days. Tungsten ToolWorks is a division of Tool Alliance®, manufacturers of the Ultra-Tool®, Mil-Tec®, RoundTool Laboratories®, and Routco® brands of solid and indexable carbide tools. Go to toolalliance.com for more information on all of our superb products.

Product Categories of Tungsten ToolWorks

  • Chamfering Tools
  • Drills
  • End Mills
  • Milling Cutters
  • Reamers
  • Tool Blanks

Trade Names

  • SmoothCoat®
  • SmoothContricity®
  • SmoothGrind®
  • Ultra-Carb®
  • Ultra-Grain®


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Updated Website Enables Tool Customization
Tool Alliance has launched an updated version of the Tungsten ToolWorks website.

Carbide Edge Preparation Improves Productivity
Tool Alliance’s SmoothEdge edge preparation is available for virtually all Tungsten ToolWorks products. The edge preparation is said to improve productivity, especially on the company’s carbide inserts and solid carbide round tools.

Kits For Face Milling

Customizing Tools Online
In a growing number of cases, the tool geometry necessary for optimum performance in a particular machining operation can't be obtained by using standardized configurations. Equally important for machine shop managers, the process of specifying, quoting and ordering customized tools typically involves a series of interactions with salespersons or suppliers that can consume a substantial amount of valuable time.