How Channellock Tools are Made June 29, 2017December 6, 2013 by Stephanie Watch and learn! Click through the steps to watch a tool being made in Meadville Pensylvania. https://www.channellock.com/experience.aspx
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Just finished the Channel lock factory tour you (stephanie) posted on your website. Very informative. I found the forging of the white hot metal components especially interesting as well as the heat treating. I always wondered why I could brute force (flex) the tool, have it retain its grip on whatever I was using it on, then return to its original shape.
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