Our inbound inspection process determines which renewal path your tool will take: reconditioning or remanufacturing. While reconditioning is ideal for tools that have experienced normal wear, remanufacturing is optimal for tools with excessive wear or degradation
Your tools are reground to match their original specifications. Tools in need of remanufacturing go through an additional step where a portion of the cutting edge is removed from the tool. As a result, it will have a slightly smaller overall length, but retain its outstanding performance.
Your tools then undergo the same proprietary edge conditioning procedures as any new tool - including our renowned honing method. In doing so, the cutting portion of the tool is returned to its original strength and sharpness.
Before your tools reach the final outbound inspection stage, they are recoated in-house on state-of-the-art machines. This final step ensures that tools are in the best possible condition for your application and material.