Sometimes you need to get in a tight spot and your trusty sander is just a little too big to get in there.
For 100 years, Kimball Midwest has been providing customers like you with all your maintenance, repair and operations needs. From organizing your workspace all the way down to supplying you with a specific tool you need, we have been there by our customers’ sides.
Winter is almost here, but in some places, cold weather has already arrived. So, now is the ideal time to make sure your shop is winter ready.
With different sizes, grains, materials and more, abrasives come in many varieties. Your shop’s activities will dictate which ones you need to keep on hand, and in many cases, that won’t be a small number.
Kimball Midwest knows cutting tools are an important part of many operations, and accuracy and consistency are vital components of quality cutting tools. This is why we carry the best equipment to ensure you have maximum performance during your project. One of our highest performance equipment categories is our carbide cutting tools.
When it comes to your shop, you know it is important that your workspace is efficient. However, you know it can get hectic and cutting tools can easily get scattered or misplaced. When there is work to be done, you don’t want to waste time looking for the exact tool you need.
Choosing the proper cutting tool for the job is vital for safety, effectiveness and efficiency in your shop. The type of material you’re cutting is the most important variable, but the thickness also can be relevant.
It’s no secret we have the top new products in the maintenance, repair and operations industry. With so many products in our inventory, we thought we would share our top 10 products in 10 months of 2023. These new products have helped many Kimball Midwest customers stay ahead of the game and be the most productive and efficient.
We know the shop can be a bustling environment. Between the busy nature of the shop and the use of different tools, accidents can happen.
As summer turns into fall, it’s a great time to look at your shop’s cleanliness and make sure you have a healthy and safe workplace for your team.
There’s a lot to consider when making the proper hole. It all comes down to the material being used, the size you need to create, if threading is needed and speed. With so much to consider and so many options to choose from, here are some tips to help you decide the best alternatives for making the proper hole.
When it comes to cutting tools, you know they see a lot of action and are prone to wear and tear. You also know that their quality and longevity directly impact the efficiency, budget and quality of work in a shop. That is why it is important to take extra steps to extend the quality and life of your cutting tools.