New Guill™ NanoFlow Die Creates a Thousand Plus Layers

Overcomes Limitations of Advanced Tubular Products

West Warwick, RI – The new NanoFlow die technology from Guill Tool & Engineering Co., Inc. has the potential to leap-frog existing state-of-the-art extrusion die technology.  The NanoFlow die (patent and patents pending) can create a thousand plus layers from a single extruder as opposed to roughly a dozen layers prior to the NanoFlow’s development. The NanoFlow layer thickness is in the micrometer (1 millionth of a meter) to nanometer (1 billionth of a meter) range.

“Several years ago, we started working on overcoming the limitations in the number of layers we could use in tubular or hollow products,” says Richard Guillemette, Guill’s Vice-President. “Guill now has nano tooling designs with far more layers than what was previously possible—all of which can create a wide range of advanced products. We are encouraged with the potential of this new die design.” He concluded “Guill’s NanoFlow die technology could be a new tool in the product designer’s toolbox.”

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