Guill Tool Offers Wide Variety of Extrusion Tooling at NPE 2015, Booth 5549

Posted: February 9, 2015 in Guill Tool, Press Releases
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Guill Tool, a West Warwick, RI designer and builder of extrusion tooling, offers an assortment of literature for machine builders and extruders at its website,

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Individual brochures are offered, depicting the wide array of tooling possibilities…straight inline heads, rotary heads and crosshead dies…available to suit any extrusion machine built anywhere in the world, running all types of compounds.

Guill provides tooling for plastic, rubber, TPE and other material extrusions, with end products ranging from extremely thin-walled, multi-lumen medical tubing and catheter balloon tubings up to multi-layer wire & cable jacketing and 20” diameter pipe for industrial applications and agricultural drip lines.   Guill also provides tooling for film, sheet and profile extrusions.

The company designs, engineers, machines, assembles, tests and delivers all tooling to its worldwide customer base in all the consuming industries for extrusions.   The company also offers tooling carts and disassembly/cleaning stations for easier line integration.

According to company sources, the utilization of properly designed and engineered tooling can result in substantial material savings for extruders of all types.

NOTE:   Guill will attend MD&M West in February, NPE in March and Interwire in April, 2015.

Please visit to request a quotation or obtain company literature.

For further information, please contact:

10 Pike Street
West Warwick, RI 02893
Phone:  401-828-7600
Attention:  Bill Conley
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