OSG FourToolsClick image to enlargeOSG Canada has added two new tooling lines to its product offering.

Brunswick Tooling Ltd., a UK-based division of OSG Corp., designs and manufactures high quality cutting tools, including adjustable reamers and special tooling, such as indexable tooling, brazed carbide and high-strength steel.

The second product line comes courtesy of Amamco Tooling, an OSG Corp. division in Duncan, S.C. Amamco specializes in customer-specified carbide tools primarily for the aerospace industry, such as drills, routers, drill-countersinks and reamers for ADU, CNC and hand tool applications.Brunswick Tools added to OSG lineupClick image to enlarge

For more information, visit https://www.osgcanada.com/

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