Additional Services

Custom Tooling

If you're looking for full custom tooling to do an entire job in as few cycles as possible or just looking for a specific radius on an end mill, give us a call at (714) 540-7122 or send an email to sales@pacificindustrialsupply.com. From custom drill bodies, to modified solid carbide round tools, to complete special diamond wheels, we have a number of manufacturers with helpful engineers ready to design and build custom tooling to fit your needs.

Our manufacturers that offer custom tooling include:

  • Sandvik Coromant
  • OSG USA, Inc.
  • 3M
  • Norton - Saint Gobain
  • Ultra Tool
  • Garr Tool
  • Kyocera SGS Precision
  • Scientific Cutting Tool
  • Internal Tool
  • and many more!

Tool Reconditioning

Do you have a drill that just isn't cutting it anymore? Perhaps you have a box of worn out end mills you're just not sure what to do with. Even worse, maybe you've crashed a toolholder or through a freak accident broke the pocket off of a facemill. Give us a call at (714) 540-7122 or send us an email at sales@pacificindustrialsupply.com and ask about the tool reconditioning services we offer. 

We can send your cutting tools out to manufacturers to get them reground and recoated to "like new" conditions. If you're looking for a faster option we also work with local shops to get them ground and coated with a quicker turn around. 

If you have a damaged toolholder, we'll send it out to the manufacturer to be rebuilt. If you don't know who the original manufacturer was, no problem! We also send tools out to Chips Tool Repair in Ramsey, MN.

Looking to repair a faulty indicator or any other piece of precision measuring equipment? We handle those as well through the manufacturer or our local factory authorized repair center!

Please keep in mind that not all tools can be repaired and it is up to the discretion of the shop that will be handling the repair whether the tools are salvageable. If they are, great! We'll issue a quote and work with you to get the process started. If not, just let us know what you'd like to do with the rejected tools.