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Why take extra steps?

The old way to make a countersink was a three-step process: punch the hole, drill the sink, deburr. Three-step processes like this cost unnecessary time and money.

A forming countersink tool for the punch press is made to your specifications and produces a clean countersink in seconds. It eliminates the labor-intensive drill and deburr operations. This cuts your production time by 50% or more

See how to sink in one step

Wilson Tool countersinking tool punches a countersink without the need for a secondary operation. Countersinking is done quickly and precisely in one stroke of the punch.

Countersinks for all common tool styles

We offer countersinking tools for the following common tool styles. Click on the image to learn more.

Two approaches to attractive and quick countersinks

Coining Tools

A coining countersink tool is ideal for thicker material because it presses the material into the final shape. These excel at holding a tight hole tolerance. Available to form down, with interchangeable inserts for fast size changes, and in the self-stripping form-up style.

Diagram showing a Coined Countersink

Forming Tools

A forming countersink tool works best on thinner materials as it bends the material into the hole to create the “sink.” Like coining countersink tools, these are available to form down with interchangeable punch-tip inserts for cost savings and flexibility and in the self-stripping form-up style.

Diagram showing a Formed Countersink

You'll find both coining and forming countersink tools in the specials section of each punching tool style's catalog.


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