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GWS Tool Group Corporate Video
Check out our newest video to see how everything we do starts with our customers. As our CEO Rick McIntyre says, perfection isn't just our goal, it's our expectation!Watch The Video
GWS Has Acquired Taurus Tool and Engineering
With this latest acquisition, GWS has expanded its capabilities in the areas of HSS tooling and custom thread on modular tooling.Read the Press Release
GWS-IL Supervisor Wendy Myhres Has Done It All
Meet Wendy Myhres, the 1st Shift Manufacturing Supervisor at our GWS-Illinois facility, formerly known as North American Tool Corporation.Continue Reading
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Browse Product Catalogs
Take an in-depth look at some of our product types as well as the industries we serve in our downloadable CNC product catalogs.
The GWS Tool Group Catalog
Ultimate Performance Guide
The GWS Armory
Whiskered Ceramic Insert Brochure
PAC Reamer Brochure
Chamber Reamer Brochure
Popular Specials Catalog: Taps, Dies, and Gages
Carbide Taps and Carb-I-Sert™ Carbide Insert Taps
Solid Carbide Threadmills
Cost Cutter™ Combination Drill & Tap
Smart Cut™ Tapping & Metalworking Fluid
Learn from the Experts
Explore the industry of CNC cutting tools with the GWS team as we discuss the
latest challenges, trends, advancements, and more.
Take the Stress Out of Tapping - Tap Relief Explained
Have you ever had a tapping job that was so troublesome that it caused you to stress out due to broken taps, bad finish, short tap life, over or undersized threads, etc.?Continue Reading
Custom Tool Spotlight – #10 (0.1935”) 8-Facet Brazed PCD Drill
Welcome to our Custom Tool Spotlight, a series that takes GWS cutting tools and gives them mini-biographies. Today, we’re talking about a custom 2-flute 8-facet PCD drill for the aerospace industry.Continue Reading
Calculating “Before Plate” Internal Screw Thread and Tap “H” Limits
When encountering an internal threaded hole requiring it to be plated, it normally needs to be produced oversize to accommodate the plating.Continue Reading