Current Piecemaker Punches and Dies

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Piecemaker punches and dies from Current Tools are designed to split the slug made from the knockout process into two separate pieces for easier removal. These punches also require less punching force than conventional punch designs. They are made in the USA out of high-strength steel for long life and reliability. Hydraulic powered punches significantly reduce the punching time versus manual or ratchet style punching procedures. Comparable tot he Greenlee Slug-Buster punches, these American made knockout and holemaking tools are a high quality and lower priced alternative. These punches and dies are often compatible with a competitor's product at a much lower price point. These punches and dies are available in a variety of hole sizes for whatever size conduit or hole your next or current job requires. If you are already using Greenlee Slug Buster punches and dies, give Piecemakers by Current Tools a shot!

Since its founding in 1999, the goal of Current Tools, Inc. has been to provide the professional electrician with quality tools at reasonable prices. They will continue to expand their product line with a mission devoted to meeting the needs of professional electric contractors everywhere.

Current Tools has invested in state-of-the-art production equipment to ensure the tools they manufacture meet the demanding standards their customers have come to expect. They ship worldwide from a 200,000 square foot facility located in Greenville, SC and from numerous other stocking warehouses located throughout the United States. Much of the equipment manufactured my Current Tools is made right here in the United States of America.

Ohio Power Tool is proud to be an authorized distributor for the Current Tools line of products. If you are looking for a high quality and reasonably priced tool for holemaking, cable pulling, line fishing, bending, or material storage for the professional electrician, look no further than Current Tools and Ohio Power Tool.