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Tool & Die Makers in Muskegon


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Business Listing   Beckstrom Mold Technologies - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 728-3666


Business Listing   Dietech - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 799-2211


Business Listing   East River Machine & Tool Inc - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 767-1701


Business Listing   Freedom Tool & Manufacturing CO - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 788-2898


Business Listing   Jer's Pattern Projects - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 737-8746


Business Listing   Northern Machine Tool Company - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 755-1603


Business Listing   RSB-Reid Tool Supply Co - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 767-9836


Business Listing   Streamline Tooling Systems - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 722-2795


Business Listing   Titan Tool & Die Inc - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 799-8680


Business Listing   Tooling Specialists - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 727-2082


Business Listing   Total Quality Machining Inc - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 767-1825


Business Listing   Tri-City-Tool & Die CO - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 733-1884


Business Listing   Tru-Tech Tool & Machine Corporation - Muskegon, MI - Phone: (231) 798-7237


   
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Helpful Definition for: Tool & Die Makers


Tool and die makers in Muskegon make jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and other tools used in manufacturing processes. They are a class of machinists who work primarily in toolroom environments, with flexible, semipermeable boundaries from production work. They are skilled craftspeople who typically learn their trade through a combination of academic coursework and hands-on instruction. Art and science are thoroughly intermixed in their work.

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