Tools that can cut anything. Even time.
Cut costs, save money—it’s the continual battle. So you look for less expensive tooling options, which may or may not be the answer in the long run. But what if the solution wasn’t a cheaper tool, but rather a better process? That’s the first step in the Sharon-Cutwell approach. Over the past 70 years, we’ve seen virtually every conceivable tooling application. And rather than simply providing the tool you think you want, we’ll suggest process changes to help you reduce your manufacturing cycle times and deliver greater throughput. Then we’ll design the best tool for that process. You may call it a tool. We call them time machines.
Our roots run deep.
Today’s state-of-the-art, custom cutting tool business started in 1945 as a tool sharpening vendor to some of biggest manufacturers in southeastern Wisconsin. Quality, reliability, accuracy and timely delivery continue to make Sharon-Cutwell a trusted business partner. Whether you need a specialized, one-of-a-kind solution or an ongoing cutting tool program precisely timed to your manufacturing program needs, do it right—do it Cutwell.
What do you need your cutting tool to do?
That should be the first question your cutting tool supplier asks you. Today, designing and manufacturing cutting tools for metalworking, woodworking and specialized composite materials is becoming increasingly complex. Challenging materials, intricate geometries, multiple component sizes and specialized needs require a partner with the engineering talent and equipment to solve difficult projects. Our cutting tools solve unique manufacturing problems by transferring complexity from the job to the tool. If we know what you want to do or the problems you seek to avoid, we can design a solution that meet all critical criteria. The result is precise and consistent cutting tool performance with exceptional tool life. All of which ultimately saves time and money.
Sharon-Cutwell is heavily invested in the newest CNC technology, precision measuring devices and 3-D design software. More important, our associates possess the knowledge, skill and dedication to craft unique cutting tools to exacting specifications. With an average employee tenure of more than 12 years, you can trust the quality and performance of Cutwell metalworking tools.
We craft our cutting tools in solid carbide, brazed carbide/steel and high-speed steel in both non-coolant and coolant-through configurations. A broad range of coating options is available to meet specific performance expectations.
To manufacture the best products, start with cutting tools worthy of your reputation.
You manufacture parts that needs to be milled, drilled, reamed or routed. It’s not just a product—it’s your reputation. That’s why some of the world’s leading manufacturers rely on Sharon-Cutwell. We manufacture the highest quality cutting tools to meet the most demanding metal cutting, composite and wood cutting applications. The tools we craft are designed to perform specialized and sometimes complicated functions. Our design team will dive deep into details about what you need the tool to do and create a cutting tool solution that will maximize tool life and quality. We will then guide you on how to apply the solution. We pair your vision with our expertise to design the optimal cutting tool for the application.
Positions at Sharon-Cutwell
Check out these positions available at Sharon-Cutwell.
CNC Tool Grinder: Second Shift, Full Time
We’re looking for an experienced, quality-oriented CNC machine professional. Responsibilities include tool and cutter grinding, milling, lathe operation and wire EDM. We manufacture and sharpen cutting tools in a clean, high-tech environment with state-of-the-art equipment. Experience with CNC machining centers (mills & lathes) is a plus but we will train excellent candidates. You must be able to read blueprints, use inspection equipment and have strong basic math skills. Competitive salary. $3.00/Hr second shift premium. Full benefits after 90 days including health insurance, vacation and holiday pay.
Quality Assurance Specialist
There’s nothing more critical to a company’s reputation than the product that goes out the door. Once it’s in a customer’s hands it has to be perfect. If you have an eye for detail then you might be the ideal candidate. Computer literacy, good verbal and written communication skills are a must, along with the ability to work closely with others to resolve issues. Machine shop measuring equipment and/or quality assurance experience is helpful, but we’ll train the right candidate. Do you have children now in school full-time? Hours can be flexible for someone looking to get back into the workplace. The position is first shift, part- or full-time. Full benefits after 90 days including health insurance, vacation and holiday pay.
Don’t settle for a job. Hone a career at Cutwell.
“We understand that it is the combination of tool performance, tool value and superior customer service that defines success in our business.”
— Jeff Prom, President