Buckeye Fasteners Sister Company Plan-E-Tech Makes Major Investment in New Equipment & Tooling
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Plan-E-Tech, sister company of Buckeye Fasteners, specializing in nail and bolt manufacturing industries, has recently made a major investment in new equipment and tooling in order to expand their product lines and options for customers. Buckeye Fasteners and Plan-E-Tech frequently partner together to ensure their clients receive the best products and service from development to implementation. The Drake GS: TE/TI LM 650 shown in the photo above is the center piece of this investment.
The investment allows Plan-E-Tech to offer a variety of new options for their customers. Plan-E-Tech can now produce special thread forms, not limited to but including ACME, straight and tampered pipe threads on cylindrical dies. Also available are thru-feed cylindrical dies, planetary dies for bolt manufacturing, and nail dies made from tungsten carbide material. The CNC controls and exacting mechanics of the machine produce dies of fine precision with shorter run times.
About Plan-E-Tech Industries, Inc.
Plan-E-Tech is a 100% employee owned specialty shop, focused on manufacturing new planetary nail thread rolling dies and reworking worn dies for Prutton, Roll-Max, Reed, Karfotek, K. Ticho, Saspi, Wafios, Enkotec, Videx, Hief, Zeus and Ruja and most other nail thread rolling machines. Located in Valley City, Ohio, Plan-E-Tech is one of the largest suppliers to nail manufacturers in the country, and services customers worldwide.
For over two decades Plan-E-Tech has been manufacturing and supplying cylindrical or circular thread rolling dies to the bolt manufacturing industry. Their cylindrical thread rolling dies are made from a number of different tool steels most commonly D-2 & M-42 with other materials available upon request. Plan-E-Tech make dies for various machines including but not limited to Tesker, Ort, Reed, Grob, Izpe and Kinefac. The company also regrinds cylindrical thread roll dies giving your used dies new life. For more information, visit http://www.plan-e-tech.com/