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Technically Speaking by Wilson Tool International aims to help you solve common fabrication issues in a quick and simple way.

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Galling on Press Brake Dies

Galling is the buildup of metal on the surface of metal tooling, and it is a common problem in press brake operations. This short video shows you how to identify galling, remove it without damaging your tool, and prevent it in the future.

Cost vs. Value in the Stamping Industry

Want to know how much you save when you invest in powerful tooling? This video compares the cost of running a standard, inexpensive punch against an optimized punch made with high-performance steel and coatings. When the costs of labor, machine downtime and tool sharpening are added to the punch price, which one wins?

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Wilson Tool International has partnered with Fabricating & Metalworking to produce an ongoing column featuring technical support for fabricators, including tips for increasing production and best practices for getting the most output from your tooling. For additional technical articles, click here.

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