Please visit: Guill Tool & Engineering Co., Inc.
10 Pike St.
West Warwick, RI 02893-3612 US
Guill Tool & Engineering Co., Inc.
Guill Tool & Engineering Company Inc. With almost half century of experience, Guill Tool is recognized as a leading designer and manufacturer of extrusion tooling for advanced applications including: medical tubing, multi-lumen tubing, multi-layer co-extruded products, profile products and fiber optics. Since 1995, Guill Tool has achieved ISO 9001 Certification. The ISO 9001 Standard guides the work processes on all business and manufacturing levels. With the latest 3D CAD/MCAD connected with FEA and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) systems, Guill Tool engineers have developed the FlexiSpiral deflector and tip, the patented FeatherTouch die adjusting system for 100% concentricity, the SealRight system and the QuickChange Manifold for rapid change of color and/or materials. Guill Tool has an established track record of outstanding performance for extrusion tooling for medical, industrial pipe and hose, blow molded products, wood composites, automotive, pelletized product, rubber and silicone, wire and cable, and food and packaging.
Designed for micro-extrusion applications.
New six-layer Series 800 tubing dies from Guill Tool & Engineering Co, W.
Nanolayer technology, an active area of development in films, is also making its way to tubing extrusion.
Guill Tool & Engineering, W.
A combined die and reservoir system in the new Model 2030 tooling system from Guill Tool, W.
Injection MoldingHybrid Press Has Electric ClampNew injection presses that combine servo-electric and hydraulic movements to achieve high performance with energy efficiency will be discussed by Arburg Inc., Newington, Conn.
NPE 2006 presented a bevy of features to make film, sheet, pipe, and profile extrusion more efficient.
At this year’s NPE, new processes to put wood flour into plastic were virtually everywhere—several even start with undried flour.
Gearless extrusion, cryogenic profile calibration, wireless data communications, and automatic start-up of blown film lines are just a few of the new ways to raise efficiency and output that were highlighted at NPE.