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Guill had the pleasure of running a booth at this years Medical Design & Manufacturing West at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. The Guill booth featured extrusion tooling to build both multi-lumen and multi-layer medical tubing as well as the Bullet II. This convention showcases the most up to date, cutting edge technology and its medical […]
The Bullet extrusion head is back, this time with a brand new cam lock deflector retaining system. This innovation reduces downtime and lowers costs. For more information on The Bullet click here and for the full release on the cam lock deflector retaining system click here.
Guill Tool is proud to announce the selection of two of its recent products as Top Products of the Year by Wire & Cable Technology International. In its January/February 2016 issue, the internationally circulated technical news magazine distinguished the Bullet and Unique Concentricity Adjustment Technology among the wire and cable industry’s best innovations of the […]
Guill Tool announces a new design for its high production rotary models, both inline and crosshead style that features a 2X increase in speed, with models running to 1000 RPM depending on the application. Features offered on these new rotating extrusion dies include counter-rotating tip & die, co-rotating tip & die, rotating die with conventional […]
In December of 2015 Guill Tool debuted Series 824, a co-extrusion crosshead designed for irrigation tubing with an emitter tool. This new stainless steel crosshead features balanced flow design with spiral technology that improves flow characteristics at all extruder speeds. Dual feed ports provide concentric compound flow, while the splits flow from one extruder to […]
This past November Guill Tool introduced Series 725, a co-extrusion crosshead design for tray cable applications in low-volume, adjustable center work on PVC over PVC. This series was developed by Guill Engineering and a customer, to convert a production line from a Tandem line with two heads a distance apart into a co-extrusion line with […]
Extrusion can be an inherently expensive activity, and it is important to perform tool maintenance to minimize costs as much as possible. Extrusion processors need to be aware of the following factors to contend with in their attempts to be profitable: • Materials usually cost more than labor: • Running a product oversize to hold […]