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Westminster Tool is opening its doors to the public for the first time since 2019, and we cannot wait to showcase what’s new. In addition to supporting our renowned company culture, the last few years have focused on adopting new technology. That includes a major investment in new machining equipment and adopting the first ever Mantle metal 3D printing machine.

Join us for the exclusive launch of our metal 3D printing efforts where you can see the technology in action for the first time. Learn more about the journey and partnerships that supported us along the way. Hear from our technical experts about how Westminster Tool plans to use the technology to drive our small business forward.

Our success is made possible by our relationships with incredible institutions in the state of Connecticut, including our legislators, our local schools, educators and workforce development programs. Without these groups supporting the manufacturing industry, opportunities for small businesses like ours would not be possible.


Thursday, January 19th


  • 1
    9:00 - 9:30 AM
    Join us at our main facility for a warm welcome from the president, Ray Coombs. ADDRESS: 5 East Parkway, Plainfield, CT 06374
  • 2
    9:30 -10:30 AM
    Mantle Machine Showcase
    See the metal 3D printing machine in action and learn more about our new capabilities straight from our subject matter experts.
  • 3
    10:30 - 11:30 AM
    Optional Facility Tour
    Stay afterwards to take a walk around the shop to see even more new technology and chat with the Westminster Tool team.


Metal 3D Printing

Starting 2020, Westminster Tool partnered with Mantle Inc. to begin exploring mold building applications for metal 3D printing. Flash forward to today where the first ever Mantle metal printer is running continuously and already adding value to our customers. See the machine in action inside our Technology Center where our experts will share insights on applications and more on our journey to adopting additive technology.

Discover more about:

  • How we chose the technology
  • How the machine works
  • Materials used
  • Our extensive R&D
  • Side-by-side comparisons

For all event inquiries or more information, please contact Hannah Coombs at

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