Repair of broaching tools
REPAIR OF BROACHING TOOLS
Katexim Europe Limited serves the automotive, aircraft, train, ship, lock and power generating industries and many other industries with new broaching tools . In addition we can arrange for the repair of broaching tools , wherever possible and depending on the amount of damage or wear on the broaching tool. When a broaching tool is not worn out from use but has become damaged then it might be worth repairing, especially if it is an expensive broaching tool. For example repair or replace a pull-end or chipped or missing tooth or teeth on a broaching tool. Maybe your broaching tool is broken in half. After an initial inspection and evaluation of the broaching tool, we can arrange a repair of a broaching tool where possible. We can also sharpen, regrind and coat your broaching tools when requested to do so.
Katexim Europe Limited can organise a repair of your broaching tools wherever possible and bring back life to your broaching tools that might have otherwise have been left in the corner of the factory or considered scrap. Other services we offer include:
Repairs of broaching tools where possible - damaged and broken
Complete refurbishing of broaching tools
Sharpening of broaching tools
Grinding of broaching tools
TIN/TICN coating of broaching tools
Removal of coating and recoating of broaching tools
Sharpening of specialised gear cutting tools
Please send us your enquiry and details via our contact form and we will be happy to assist you further with your enquiry for repairs of broaching tools and all your broach requirements. Please click here to send your enquiry via our contact form.
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