We pride ourselves on outstanding American made tool and die design and manufacturing. Whether you make exacting medical parts or rugged ATV’s, Evans Tool & Die offers our customers a wide variety of dies and stamping capabilities including: coining, forming, secondary and hand transfer dies, and progressive and transfer stamping. And no matter the material or size of your order, we offer excellent tooling (checking, welding, inspection, and assembly fixtures) and peerless quality control. For more information about our tool and die design please see the information below or contact Evans Tool & Die today.
- Over 400 years of combined Tool & Die Experience
- Tool & Die Design
- Tool & Die manufacturing for our presses and machinery
- Tool & Die manufacturing for use in the equipment at your facility
- Tool & Die repair
- Stamping, single hit, progressive, transfer, coining, forming, draw, blanking, secondary, hand transfer, swaging dies, and In-die electronic sensors
Tool and die makers are a class of machinists in the manufacturing industries who make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes. Depending on which area of concentration a particular person works in, he or she may be called by variations on the name, including tool maker (tool maker), die maker (die maker), mold maker (mold maker), tool fitter (tool fitter), etc.
Tool making typically means making tooling used to produce products. Common tooling includes metal forming rolls, cutting tools (such as tool bits and milling cutters), fixtures, or even whole machine tools used to manufacture, hold, or test products during their fabrication. Due to the unique nature of a tool maker’s work, it is often necessary to fabricate custom tools or modify standard tools.
Die making focuses on making and maintaining dies. This often includes making punches, dies, steel rule dies, and die sets. Precision is key in die making; punches and dies must maintain proper clearance to produce parts accurately, and it is often necessary to have die sets machined with tolerances of less than one thousandth of an inch.
Art and science (specifically, applied science) are thoroughly intermixed in their work, as they also are in engineering. Manufacturing engineers and tool and die makers often work in close consultation as part of a manufacturing engineering team.
If you have a tool & die project, Evans Metal Stamping, Inc./Evans Tool & Die, Inc has a team of experts that can help you. Contact us today to get started.