Cutwel Ltd

Cutwel are one of the UK’s leading engineering tooling suppliers. With over 25,000 products in stock and expertly trained staff, we can offer our customers unbeatable value and quality. We have one of the largest ranges of measuring tools available and also extensive supplies of cutting tools, milling cutters, workholding, tool holders, and lubrication. So you can find everything you need in just one visit.

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