Superior Tool Grinding Machines & Cutting Tools
Star Cutter Company was founded in 1927 by Howard B. Lawton and Frank Burgess. Our early focus on custom cutting tools led to a world-recognized expertise in custom tooling and engineering solutions for manufacturing.
The company grew into the design and build of Tool and Cutter Grinding machines as a natural result of its reputation for the highest quality cutting tools, and the need for machine tools that can produce such cutting tools with the precision and performance for which Star Cutter had come to be known.
Star Cutter has developed into a world leader in the cutting tool industry with over 500 employees working in six manufacturing facilities within five manufacturing divisions.
Each manufacturing facility specializes in producing a specific type of product or service:
- 5-axis CNC tool and cutter grinding machines,
- solid carbide cutting tools,
- carbide blanks and preforms,
- gun drills, and
- gear cutting tools.
Star Cutter News
Star Cutter Announces New VP of Operations
Star Cutter Company has promoted Mike Billiel from corporate operations manager to vice president of operations. Full Story
Star Cutter Announces Enhancements to NXT Tool Grinder
Star Cutter Company has announced enhancements to its Star NXT 5-axis Tool Grinder, a versatile 5-axis CNC machine with a small footprint and a large grind zone. Full Story
Star Cutter Announces New Service Manager
Star Cutter Company has promoted Bradley Cooper to service manager at its Elk Rapids, Mich., location responsible for the Star brand CNC tool and cutter grinders. Full Story
NUMROTO software Upgrade
This February, NUMROTO will no longer support software versions below 4.0.0 Why is this happening? As with software companies around the world, NUMROTO’s engineers face increasing demands with roadmap development for new features and functionality; to do so they must make tough decisions to sunset older versions of their software. Full Story
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of our lives. These effects have changed the way we look at meeting our customers' needs. Without our standard trade shows and the ability to visit with customers, we are expanding our virtual interaction.