Custom pneumatic hole punch tool

Custom Pneumatic Hole Punch Tools

The custom punch tools detailed in this product section were designed around specific customer applications and are considered build-to-order tools only.  These are just examples of tool designs to show overall capability to meet various assembly tool challenges.  Although these tools may appear to work for your specific application, we will always approach each tool request as a unique project.

When considering a custom tool for your application, please contact us directly and provide as much information as possible regarding your application.  Photos, video, solid model drawings and samples of your parts may be required before we can provide you with a firm quote and lead time.  Every custom tool will be assigned a unique part number that applies to 1 specific tool and 1 specific customer. 

As a general rule, lead time for custom tools can vary from 6-8 weeks after receipt of order. 

Custom tool applications are always welcome.

Note: For customers outside of the U.S., these tools do NOT carry EU or CE certification

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PTX-1069 Custom Punch Tool

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The PTX-1069 is designed to punch an aluminum extrusion to hold a carpet strip in place and prevent if from sliding in the extrusion.  This tool is equipped with a urethane pad to prevent the punch jaw from scratching or damaging the face of the extrusion.  It also helps prevent the punch jaw from sticking in the extrusion, as aluminum is soft and has a tendency to grab and hold the punch die.


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PTX-1100 Custom Pneumatic Hole Punch Tool

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The PTX-1100 was designed to punch a 3/8" diameter hole through 0.0855" thick aluminum extrusion.  This tool is equipped with a urethane spring to prevent the punch from sticking in the extrusion, as aluminum has a tendency to grab and hold the punch.  This customer was previously drilling these holes. 




If you are looking for a CUSTOM tool for a specific application we recommend the following procedure:

1.  The fastest method is to give us a call so we can discuss your application in detail. Toll Free U.S. / Canada: 888-444-1202 or 612-860-1110.

2.  If emailing your request, please be sure to provide as much information as possible regarding the application, including material specifications, cycles performed per day, photos or video of the process and tool that you currently use, solid model drawings (.stp format) if available, etc.  Send email requests to:

3.  In most cases, we will request that you send us samples of the material or parts you will be processing with the tool so we can have parts available for both tool design as well as testing when the tool is completed.  The testing process is available to all customers at no cost.  This assures all parties that the correct tool is specified for the application and that it performs as expected.

4.  Upon receipt of your PO, we will provide the customer with a drawing model for final approval prior to starting the manufacturing process.  You will be asked to sign off on the drawing and authorize the project to move forward.

5.  As a general rule, lead time for custom tools will average 8-10 weeks after receipt of order. This can vary depending upon the complexity of the tool design as well as internal production schedules. 

6.  There is NO Risk for our customers.  Should we accept your project for a custom tool, it must perform as expected.  If it does not, we reserve the right to rework the tool, replace the tool or refund the customer in full.  In most cases, we do not require a deposit or advance payment on custom tools.

7.  Complete customer satisfaction is our responsibility and we take this very seriously. 

The Warranty document below applies to all standard, off-the-shelf components used as part of your custom tool.


In most cases, the power pack and jaw housings used on custom tools will be 1 of our standard units.  The bulk of the custom tools designed will utilize a custom set of jaws to perform the function required.  Regardless of the jaw design, we do not warrant the jaws for breakage or wear unless we determine a manufacturing or material defect is present.  CPS has no control over how the tools are being used, however we will inspect any broken or worn parts to determine if a warranty replacement applies.