WHO WE ARE

Williams & White Equipment was founded in 1957 when it developed its first stretcher roll for circular saws. Since then, Williams & White has continued to innovate and advance the saw filing industry. Designing and manufacturing the world's most advanced tool sharpening and production machinery, our products help filing rooms and sharpening shops perform at world-class standards.

OUR
VALUES

Williams & White recognizes the importance of a fully operational facility and understands how severe downtime can be to a business, which is why they are committed to producing top of the line, high quality equipment. Williams & White's excellence is evident through its patented technology and equipment installations worldwide. 

OUR HISTORY

 

2013

Williams & White Equipment became an individual business unit operating under the umbrella of Williams & White Group of Companies.

2007

The introduction of automatic saw loading technology for top, face, and dual side grinders. Added increased safety and efficiency to the filing room.
 

2006

CNC technology was incorporated into the knife grinding technology, ensuring the most precise and accurate grinding in the industry.
 

1995

The Sure-Sharp Knife Grinder was added to the product line, incorporating state of the art technology.
 

1993

 Williams & White introduced the Size Rite Dual Side Grinder for stellite and swedged band saw teeth. 
 

1991

Williams & White’s ‘Saw Blade Tooth Grinder for Saws’ was officially patented.
 

1990
Incorporated full-flood coolant and mist extraction into CNC and Cam-actuated band saw grinders – a first in the industry.
 

1989

Williams & White’s ‘Apparatus for tensioning and deforming saw blades’ was officially patented.

Continued research in efficient solutions for the filing room resulted in the development of a CNC band saw sharpener.
 

1987
The Dish-O-Matic II Roll System was developed, allowing filers to level in two directions and tension the saw on the stretcher. This technology was revolutionary, eliminating the process of flipping the saw plate
 

1978
Christopher’s son, Conrad Williams, began managing Williams & White.
 

1976
The Chris-O-Matic Gauge Grinder was developed, standardizing all gauge geometry industry-wide.

1972
 Williams & White introduced its patented Dish-O-Matic system of stretcher rolls for easier saw blade maintenance, enabling simultaneous tensioning and leveling. 
 

1969

Williams & White produced its first band saw bench providing greater accuracy, ease of operation and standardization of design for the sawmilling trade.
 

1957

The Williams & White Equipment division was introduced to the company, producing equipment for saw mills, sharpening and tool manufacturing shops and machine shops

 

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