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bout CP Carbide Cutting Systems

Using proven technologies from other sciences, CP Carbide combines the best engineering for client applications. As the need to develop our infrastructure reaches more tenacious application, CP Carbide's has risen to meet the client needs. Grinding into the most severe environments is a challenge that has brought the best tool designs to the client. Drilling, grinding, cutting, breaking, pulverizing, debarking, chipping, boring, planing, mining, and trenching are common descriptions of the tool systems that CP Carbide has mastered for our clients. Nearly every system developed by CP Carbide's engineers met the special client needs head on and the results are custom systems that the client uses his private label. Many of the intellectual properties developed by CP Carbide have been given to the client for his own use and marketing requirements. Although, CP Carbide's staff hold many US and foreign patents, the rights to their intellectual properties are passed to the CP Carbide client for his use. CP Carbide's success of cutting systems is solely dependant on the client's success. CP Carbide does not market cutting systems direct to the client's customers.

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seful Information about CPC Cutting Systems

The new frontier of cutting systems are often combinations of engineering and materials already in the public domain. The resource allocation is critical for on time and consistent supply.  At the present the supply line of tungsten has its limits and could soon become a strategic short supply material. CP Carbide is working to develop techniques by more efficient use of raw material is accomplished and the re use or recycling of expended cutting systems is a vital part of the cutting system. Supplying CP Carbide with your specific needs and the criteria of accomplishment, CP Carbide can custom design systems that could be as customized as the client’s logo. Many systems in use today are the results of the work with CP Carbide staff and the client's engineers.