Innovations in pointing applications and replacement rolls make Sjogren the preferred manufacturer in wire-tooling trade

Being that the power pointer is one of the most essential items in the wire-tooling trade, it is no surprise that Sjogren Industries has once again raised the bar.

The Sjogren Power Pointer (SPP) is designed to ensure effective long-term pointing applications. The design offers a safe, easy to use, quiet and minimal vibration operation.

A power pointer is used to sufficiently reduce the wire diameter to allow the wire to pass through a drawing die. Once enough material has passed through the die it can be gripped by a Sjogren puller, chain and hook assembly and then drawn around the block.

The SPP machine is used for setup of wire and bar drawing machinery and manufactured to the highest quality and durability.

Sjogren offers 3 different pointer models with a group wire diameter range between 0.07-.500”.

SPP features and benefits include;

  • Precision ground rollers and tooling ensure effective long-term pointing applications.
  • Protective guarding to ensure operator safety and ease of use.
  • Safe, easy to use, quiet and minimal vibration operation.
  • Variable speeds set to operator preference.

With its complete in-house engineering and machining capabilities, Sjogren has the ability to manufacture alternative OEM rolls regardless of the pointer you are using. Our replacement pointer roll program will enable you to reduce work interruptions, lower replacement costs, reduce marking and other quality control concerns, and offer greater performance durability.

Founded in 1927 by Oscar Sjogren, the company has long been an innovator in the design and manufacturing of customized solutions for the wire tooling trades. Today Sjogren Industries delivers high quality machinery, tooling and accessories to a worldwide customer base with distributors located in Europe, South America, Asia, and Mexico.

For more information on Sjogren’s innovative product line, contact Keith D’Amato, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at

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