of experience in the diamond die industry, Phillip Taylor realized the
need for a company that would provide stronger, better, more precise
dies. Using his mechanical engineering background, he developed many
new innovative processes and designed proprietary production equipment.
In 1967, Taylor founded “Value Company” for the purpose
of carrying out his vision of providing more value and better dies to
In the year 2000, the name was changed to VCI Wire Die Inc. to better
reflect the product nature of the business. Today, over three decades
from its inception, the company maintains a tradition of ongoing research
and development and extensive quality control in order to deliver the
best product possible. Second-generation leadership includes Laura Killingsworth
as President, continued active participation from Phillip Taylor, and
continuous innovation from mechanical engineer Marcus Taylor. Constant adaptation to a changing industry is a strength,
but one thing that will never change is our commitment to our customers.
No competitor has Taylor’s proprietary processes or equipment,
therefore no competitor has dies as strong, dependable or accurate as
VCI. If you want more pounds of wire per die, you want VCI Wire Die.