Vogel Tool & Die began in Chicago when Julius Vogel’s invented a punch & die process to notch the end of a pipe, so it could fit against the side of another pipe. Prior to his invention, time-consuming grinding or torch cutting was the common method. Julius Vogel’s invention was granted a US patent in 1938. The company was owned by 4 generations of Vogel family until 2009, when it was aquired by Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company, another Chicago-area family business.
Vogel’s pipe notchers remain as one of their most popular products and are in use world-wide. From chain link fences to office furniture, wheelchairs, conveyors, car suspensions and more – Vogel tools are used to manufacture thousands of products. Vogel tools are proudly made in the USA for over 80 years.
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