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Engineering: engineering@craftstech.net

Orders: orders@craftstech.net

Phone: 847-758-3100

At Crafts Technology, we foster true partnerships with market leaders to advance the utilization and performance of industrial equipment by incorporating components made from superhard materials to suit the most demanding applications.

Our goal is to enhance the overall performance and productivity of industrial equipment for both OEMs and end-users, all along the value stream.

Ask a Member of our Engineering Team:

We welcome your questions about the advantages of superhard materials. Fill in the contact form on this page if you’d like to send us an inquiry about your specific application, or call or email.

  • Can the use of superhard materials reduce our manufacturing costs while increasing our uptime?
  • What innovative materials can be harnessed to make our equipment more competitive?
  •  Are there particular examples within my industry where Crafts Technology has designed and produced solutions that achieved distinct advantages?

Crafts Technology Chicago-Area Headquarters

Address
91 Joey Drive, Elk Grove Village IL 60007

Phone
Phone: 847-758-3100

Toll-Free: 800-323-6802

Front Office Hours:
Mo-Fr: 7:00am – 4:00pm

Easy access from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport

In between flights or if the weather has you grounded, sit down with our specialists in ultra-hard materials and discover some of the most advanced materials and manufacturing methods available.

We will pick you up! Just give us a call.

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Lunch & Learn: Ultra-Hard Material Technical Program

Members of our technical team would look forward to the opportunity of providing your team with a foundational knowledge of Ultra-Hard Materials.

We will set up a time to come to your facility, bring in lunch (of course), and provide a presentation that will cover some of the following topics:

  • Material properties & characteristics
  • Material formulation process
  • Engineering design considerations
  • Design for manufacturability
  • Scalability: prototype – pilot – production
  • Innovative material possibilities
  • Material quality control
  • Material failure mode analysis
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