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Ray's Dies & Tubing
P.O. Box 385
St. Albans, VT 05478
Ray's Dies & Tubing
718 Route 78
Swanton, VT 05488
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is the core of our business. For years we have been a manufacturer and
distributor of small diameter hypodermic tubing. We can supply stock
footage or cut lengths, depending on your requirements.
We do tube bending and forming as well as tube
the latest technologies, we have the ability to
cut high volumes of burr-free tubing.
From standard angled cuts
to more complex work, our capabilities include EDM,
laser, and electrolytic cutting,
rotary abrasive cutting, centerless grinding, surface
grinding, electrolytic grinding, wire straightening and
ultrasonic cleaning to create products that are used in the
making of various devices. To ensure that our products are within our
strict tolerances, we use super precision micrometers, laser
micrometers and camera vision inspection.
We are a stocking distributor of small diameter tubing, including
standard hypodermic sizes.
STEEL TUBING MILL allows us to provide short lead times on
many types of tubing for hypodermic and other uses. We can provide you
with the following types:
AND PLUG DRAWN TUBING
"As-Welded" this tube is drawn with an external die and an
internal plug. The inside diameter is cleaned of all lubricant after
drawing. The inside weld bead is removes, making a weld seam that is
less visible on the OD and ID.
AND DRAWN TUBING
"As-Welded" this tube is drawn with an external die to produce
diameters from .012" to .350". the welded seam is less visible
on the OD.
This tube is made from strip stock, roll-formed and Tungsten-Inert-Gas (TIG)
welded. The welded seam is visible on both the ID and the OD. This tube
can be produced in 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16" and
3/8" diameters. This tubing can be ordered in coils or straight
lengths. Tolerances on the OD are +/-.005" and wall thickness
We carry over
3,500 sizes with ID's under .250"!
A list of our
sizes can be found in this MS-Word document.(Newly updated for 2017!)