Tool Brands Made in the USA

Here are some of the best tool brands who still make their tools in the USA. We also provided a little description of what products they produce, if it’s not obvious, and what state they are based out of. If you don’t see a popular tool brand on here, it likely means that they don’t manufacture all of their tools in the U.S.! We aren’t perfect though, so shoot us a note if you see a made in the USA tool brand that didn’t make our list.

  • 360 Products Paint Station – stepladder tray to hold your painting materials
  • Accu-Strike (Nebraska) – welding helmets
  • American Carbide (Massachusetts) – cutting tools like carbide end mills, burs, drills, and thread mills
  • American Workbench (South Carolina) – handmade workbenches
  • Armstrong Hand Tools (South Carolina) – industrial hand tools
  • Atlas Cutting Tools (Connecticut) – custom end mills, reamers, taps, and other cutting tools (over 25,000 items)
  • Awl for All (Illinois) – lock stitch sewing awl for repairing leather and other fabrics
  • Barr Specialty Tools (Idaho) – handmade woodworking tools
  • Big Gator Tools (Kansas) – drill and tap guides for cutting
  • Blue Spruce Toolworks (Oregon) – woodworking hand tools
  • Bondhus (Minnesota) – make popular┬áBall, Hex, and TORX tools
  • Bridge City Tool Works (Oregon) – woodworking hand tools
  • Briggs & Stratton (Wisconsin) – portable generators
  • CAN-GUN 1 (Oregon) – spray can handles for aerosol cans
  • Champion Power Equipment (California) – portable generators
  • Chapman Tools (Connecticut) – screwdriver sets
  • Channellock (Pennsylvania) – pliers, wrenches, and screwdrivers
  • Chappell Universal Square and Rule (Maine) – framing squares
  • Council Tool (North Carolina) – axes and hand tools
  • Cox Sealant Applicators (Michigan) – sealants and adhesives
  • Crick Levels (Texas) – handcrafted wooden levels
  • Cyclo Toolmakers (Colorado) – polishers with dual orbiting heads
  • Dalluge (Illinois) – various types of hammers
  • Deltronic (California) – optical comparators
  • Dermasafe (New Jersey) – utility knives and saws
  • Dewalt – some tools still made in USA (more here)
  • Diamond Saw Works (New York) – Sterling saw blades for several varieties of saws
  • Diamond Vantage (California) – diamond blades, bits, and tools for for cutting and grinding
  • Eagle America (Ohio) – just the router bits, other products imported
  • Eklind Tool Company (Illinois) – hex keys, screwdrivers, and fold up tools
  • Electrical Safety Products (Massachusetts) – electrical tools and safety equipment
  • Empire Levels (Wisconsin) – levels and squares
  • Estwing (Illinois) – several types of hand tools
  • Flange Wizard Tools (California) – tools for welders and fitters
  • Forrest Mfg. (New Jersey) – table saw blades
  • Generac (Wisconsin) – portable generators
  • Gerstner & Sons (Ohio) – wooden tool chests, make sure to select from their Made in USA product line
  • Grace USA (Michigan) – hand tools and precision gun tools
  • Hardcore Hammers (Kansas) – hammers and hatchets
  • Hobart Welders (Ohio) – welders, spool guns, and stick welders
  • INCRA Precision Tools (Texas) – woodworking tools
  • IQ Power Tools (California) – dust control power tools
  • Johnson Level (Wisconsin) – levels and measuring tools
  • Justrite Manufacturing (Illinois) – safety cans, cabinets, and spill containment
  • Kalama Precision Machine (Washington) – photo etch bending tools, cut off sets, and more
  • Klein Tools (Illinois) – tools for electrical and telecommunications workers
  • Kodiak Cutting Tools (New York) – carbide drills, reamers, burs, twist drills, end mills, taps, and more
  • Kraft Tool Company (Kansas) – concrete tools
  • LakeShore Carbide (New York) – carbide end mills
  • Leatherman (Oregon) – all-purpose hand tools and knives
  • Lenox (Massachusetts) – saw blades, power tool accessories, and hand tools
  • Lie-Nielsen Toolworks (Maine) – hand tools primarily for woodworking
  • LoggerHead Tools (Illinois) – makes the Bionic Wrench, an adjustable wrench with strong gripping power
  • LumberJack Tools (Colorado) – cutting tools and saws for timber and log furniture
  • L.S. Starrett Co. (Massachusetts) – precision measuring tools and saw blades
  • Malco Tools (Minnesota) – tools for HVAC professionals
  • Marshalltown (Iowa) – concrete and masonry tools
  • Master Gage (California) – precision tools for woodworkers
  • MBW Inc. (Wisconsin) – compaction and concrete construction equipment
  • MI-T-M Corp. (Iowa) – pressure washers, generators, compressors
  • Midwest Tool & Cutlery (Michigan) – metal cutting snips and other hand tools
  • Miller Electric (Wisconsin) – welders
  • MK Morse Blades (Ohio) – industrial saw blades and power tool accessories
  • Montana Brand (Montana) – specialize in power tool accessories
  • Moody Tools (Rhode Island) – precision hand tools
  • Niagara Cutter (New York) – carbide and cobalt end mills, drills, and universal drills
  • Occidental Leather (California) – tool belts and holders
  • Park Tool (Minnesota) – bike repair tools, expect for their multi-tool which is imported
  • Proto Industrial (Georgia) – wrenches
  • Purdy (Oregon) – handmade paintbrushes
  • RedLine Tools (Minnesota) – carbide end mills, drills, thread mills, and more for cutting
  • Rizk National Industries (Michigan) – automotive battery chargers, jumper cables, and transformers
  • Rolair Systems (Wisconsin) – air compressors, pumps, and accessories
  • Sait Abrasives (Connecticut) – grinding and cutting wheels
  • SawStop (Oregon) – table saws
  • Severance Tool (Michigan) – countersinks, chamfering mills, deburring cutters, forming tools
  • SGS Tool Co. (Ohio) – carbide rotary cutting tools
  • SK Hand Tools (Illinois) – variety of hand tools
  • Stanley – some: http://www.stanleytools.com/explore/product-stories/american-heritage
  • Stiletto Tool Co. (California) – titanium and stainless steel striking tools and pry bars
  • Studpop (Maine) – magnetic stud finder
  • Taskhorse Brackets (Washington) – sawhorse brackets
  • Vaughan (Illinois) – large variety of hand tools
  • Viking Drill & Tool (Minnesota) – all things cutting tools
  • Viking Plastics (Pennsylvania) – plastic and nylon fasteners like nuts, bolts, etc.
  • Whiteside Machine Co. (North Carolina) – router bits for woodworking
  • Wilde Tool (Kansas) – wide variety of hand tools
  • Wright Tool (Ohio) – a variety of hand tools
  • Xuron Corp. (Maine) – pliers, wire strippers, and other hand tools

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