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After being in the computer repair industry for so many years, screen replacement on iPad and iPhone devices was a day to day problem at our repair facility. Customers would drop off their devices for repair and not only would bring them with a cracked screen but will also have a damaged dented frame so that it will not fit properly, plus had a cosmetic significance.

After researching for proper tools in the market, we came up with this very easy concept, and since there was nothing like it or more efficient, we had to come up with a solution so PlierTek® born.

A simple concept, a set of pliers that will bend back damaged iPad iPhone frames into its original position with just a press of a handle. Theese set of repair pliers are the must have tool for every Apple repair technician and repairs shops.

PlierTek® has the fastest and easiest operation in the market, now more versatile, these repair pliers are also suitable for dented damaged aluminum MacBook display frames. 

Ever since we launched PlierTek®, it has been growing with a result of an excellent product with extremely satisfied customers all over the world.

Precision automated computerized CNC machinery is used for the manufacturing of all PlierTek products. Every tool that's process in our manufacturing facility goes through a very strict final quality control inspection, this enables us to deliver to our customers the best quality tool possible and back it up with a lifetime manufacturers warranty policy.  

Here is a video of "How its Made" in this case the handle manufacturing process.

Enjoy the video....

 

Precision automatic computerized CNC machinery is used for the manufacturing of all PlierTek products. Here is a video of "How its Made" in this case handle manufacturing procedure. Every tool that's processed in our manufacturing facility goes through a very strict final quality control inspection, this enables us to deliver our customers the best quality tool possible. Enjoy the video...

Posted by PlierTek on Friday, March 6, 2015