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People from all over the world have come to associate Glendo with innovative products, high quality manufacturing and a dedicated workforce. Started in 1977, Glendo continues to lead the industry in tools designed for the jewelry and engraving arts, as well as equipment for industrial and business use.

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As part of Glendo LLC based in Emporia, Kansas, GRS has created the well-known engraving systems such as the original GraverMeister and the GraverMach AT, GraverMax G8, and GraverSmtih, along with the Airtact touch control unit. GRS also produced the System 3 and the Power Hone sharpening system for engravers. Jewelers around the world use the innovative GRS BenchMate system holding fixtures for a variety of jewelry work.
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Accu-Finish is another well respected product line intended for the building and sharpening of cutting tools for industry and the smaller shop. Using the same low speed diamond plated wheel technology as the highly successful PowerHone, Accu-Finish can accurately sharpen lathe tools, end mills, gun drills and carbide inserts using a high precision table and protractor to insure a crisp, clean grind time after time without heat.
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HandWorker is a pneumatic production tool designed to hold wire crimpers, diagonal cutters, pop rivet guns, wire strippers and many other hand tools which are handle operated. This air actuated device eliminates the repetitive hand and arm stresses faced by workers in a production setting. Compact and easy to set-up and use, HandWorker is an affordable alternative to more complex and expensive production machine.
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Glendo Shop Adds New CNC Machining Center

On November 6, 2008, Glendo took delivery on a new CNC turning and milling center. According to President D.J. Glaser, the decision to purchase the new Mori Seiki NL2000Y was made in late September after he attended the 2008 International Machine Tool Show (IMTS) in Chicago. “Glendo had researched the machine tool market before the [...]

Patent Approved for GraverMax SC and GraverMach

When GRS introduced the new GraverMax SC in late 2005, it chose to keep the name GraverMax and added the suffix SC to differentiate it from the original design. This helped continue customer recognition of the name, GraverMax, but somewhat hid the fact that this was a new tool with significant advancements “inside the box”. [...]