Prima tooling manufactures and supplies a variety of Engineering tools for CNC machining metals.
Our Carbide and HSS engineering tools compliment our ranges of woodworking tooling in PCD (polycrystalline diamond), Tungsten Carbide tipped, Solid Carbide and High-Speed Steel (HSS).
These high-quality CNC machining tools are manufactured by both Prima Tooling and Sutton Tools. With an experienced team and the latest technology. Enabling us to manufacture and distribute all manner of high-performance engineering tools for all applications.
Both Prima Tooling and Sutton Tools have over 40 years of experience in the industrial tooling and machining industry. Giving us all the expertise we need to design and supply industrial machining tools such as threading taps, carbide end mills and carbide drill bits.
Alongside our own designed and manufactured bespoke tooling, supplying Sutton Tools to our customers means we are able to cover all areas of engineering applications.
Sutton Tools has been an Engineering Tooling industry player for over a century. Sutton Tools began as a family enterprise in 1917. When they were a small family firm specialising in manufacturing threads and gauges. Over time, Sutton Tools has expanded its product lines and industry expertise; to include HSS and solid carbide milling tools, carbide drills, reamers, and carbide end mills.
Today, Sutton Tools remains an Australian family business, but they’ve come a long way since 1917. Renowned for high-quality power tool accessories and cutting tools, their tooling expertise and extensive product line continues to grow every year.
CNC machining – Research and Development
Prima Tooling and Sutton Tools follow the industry’s technological progression. Investing in cutting-edge machinery and utilising new technologies to continually optimise tool designs.
Both Prima and Sutton adhere to a structure of controls and checks throughout the manufacturing process. This ensures the engineering tools manufactured meet impeccable quality standards and exceed customer expectations.
As a result, Prima Tooling and Sutton Tools regularly optimise their production processes. This allows us to produce products and engineering tools faster, cheaper, and more efficiently than before.