and Exceptional Service
Fox Valley Tool & Die,
Inc. was founded in 1966 with a primary focus in the design and building
of compound and progressive dies for the lawn & garden industry. With
the introduction of CNC machining in the early 1970's, we have also
evolved into a precision job shop that supplies critical machined
components for a range of customers, from Fortune 100 companies to
local paper mills. With an attitude of uncompromising quality, problem
solving and customer service, we have developed a reputation of meeting
and exceeding your most difficult manufacturing challenges.
The greatest strength of Fox Valley Tool & Die, Inc. is our people. Yes,
we do have an extensive array of state of the art, high tech,
computerized machinery, but as anyone who has ever cut chips will
tell you, "the machine is only as good as the person behind the
wheel!" We have high expectations of our people, as they are active
participants in the total process. Personnel on CNC equipment are
not just machine operators, but are individual job leaders, who are
responsible for development of programs and setup design
necessary for completing the task. Project managers and CAD
personnel have extensive manufacturing experience that you can rely
on for technical assistance. Our people take pride in their jobs, from
operating sophisticated equipment to packing the finished parts.
Everyone knows what goes out the door is a direct representation
of all of us!
Today we employ 180+ people at two 65,000 sq. ft. locations in Kaukauna,
Wisconsin, in the heart of the beautiful Fox River Valley. The Main plant provides
precision machining, jig grinding, and wire and sinker edm, while Plant 2 houses our stamping,
tool & die, fixture/specialty machine, waterjet, and design engineering departments. Fox Valley
Tool & Die, Inc. provides outstanding customer service, high quality precision
manufacturing, and fair prices.
| If you are interested in partnering
with a one-stop shop that can take your project from
AutoCAD to Zeiss, contact us by phone, fax, e-mail,
or best of all, stop by for a tour. A picture may be
worth 1000 words, but a first hand experience is worth
at least 1000 pictures. Let us show you what we can
do for you.