Accurate Cut Carbide, Inc.
opened for business, January 2nd 1990 in a rented
1,100 sq. foot office warehouse in Salt Lake City, Utah.
After 18 months and many satisfied customers, a new 10,000
sq. foot building was constructed at our present location in
North Salt Lake, Utah.
We moved to our new facility November,
26th 1992 with five employees, and we still have
five employees today, with a range of experience from 12 to
Accurate Cut Carbide, Inc. has stayed
on the leading edge of the industry with the latest high
tech CNC equipment and technology. Our customers come from
all areas of the United States, including Hawaii. We are
the preferred sharpening service in Utah.
With the worst recession most of us
have seen in years, we are all looking for ways to control
our costs. Two ways we can help, is properly servicing your
cutting tools (saving your production time) and helping you
find the proper cutting tools for your application.
Controlling your cost could be a large
factor in your success. Let’s start with Tool Management,
a very important part of manufacturing. Tooling needs to be
managed because it is one of the most important parts of the
end product. Modern tooling is designed for specific
applications; “the one size fits all” approach is not cost
effective. Properly sharpened cutting tools gives better
cuts, longer run times, less down time, and longer tool
life. Companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on
machines and then purchase inexpensive tooling for use on
the machine. Quality tooling maximizes the performance of
your expensive machinery. Even the best tooling serviced
by a cut-rate sharpening service will affect the life and
performance of your machine and tooling. Today’s tooling is
designed to give the best finished product for specific
applications with minimum sanding labor. Tool managers have
to know what tooling is needed for the proper application.
Tool Management needs to have
tight control on cutting tools. How often are tools
sharpened? How many times can a tool be sharpened before it
should be replaced? Is the tool replaced because of misuse
or improper sharpening? Are tools properly stored when not
in use? Are shipped for service tooling itemized on a
purchase order? Is the tool doing the task it was designed
To be effective on saving you money
with our services and products, Accurate Cut Carbide,
Inc. would like to see management, purchasing,
and shop personnel get involved in our services and costs.
This helps everyone know what to expect so you are not
paying for services and items not needed.
Accurate Cut Carbide, Inc.’s Mission
“To give our customers the highest quality and products
at a fair price”
To accomplish this mission, and save
our customers money our business structure and operating
plan is followed very closely.
Our machines are of the latest CNC grinding
Our technicians are well trained and very
knowledgeable with many years of experience.
Our staff can work in any area of our plant. (This
cuts manpower costs)
One technician can operate several machines at one
time. (Cost saving)
We sharpen all items to manufacture’s specifications
for longer cutting life.
We only remove the amount of carbide necessary to get
the tool sharp (.004 to .006).
We serialize all saw blades and brazed cutters to
keep track of times sharpened.
We sharpen all solid carbide spiral bits on our CNC
grinder for perfect cutting geometry. We can save you 70%
to 75% over the cost of new bits. (Bits can be sharpened 4
to 6 times)
We manufacture carbide inserts, and can duplicate
your inserts to save you money. We can also sharpen some
inserts for half the cost of new inserts.
All our CNC machines grind with oil coolant, for a
sharper cutting edge. This gives you cleaner cuts and
longer run time before tool changes.
Saw blade sharpening on 10” to 12” blades average 12
to 16 times per blade. Panel saw blades 450mm to 600mm
average 18 to 24 times, and picture frame blades average 20
We give our customers a numbered receipt for all
items pickup for service.
Our invoices are easy to read and show the cost of
each item to give you better cost control. Each invoice has
the receipt number on it of the receipt it was written on.
Accurate Cut Carbide, Inc. business ethics works on
integrity, and honesty. Making us a part of your business
team will maximize your efficiency, cut overall costs and
add to your bottom line. Something we could all use in
a soft economy.