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Stamping Press
Hydraulic Stamping press tonnage ranging from 25 T to 250 T double crank from Japanese makers to Taiwanese Makers, with die cushion integrated in the bolster plate to apply back holder forces.

Hydraulic presses is a constant press force during the stroke. Mechanical presses have a press force progression towards the bottom dead center depending on the drive- and hinge-system. Mechanical presses therefore can reach higher cycles per time and are usually more common in industrial press shops.

Single acting presses have one single ram. Double acting presses have a subdivided ram, to manage for example blank holding (to avoid wrinkles) with one ram segment and the forming operation with the second ram segment.

Typically, all our presses are electronically linked (with a programmable logic controller) to an automatic feeder which feeds metal raw material through the die. The raw material is fed into the automatic feeder after it has been unrolled from a coil and put through a straightener. A tonnage monitor is provided to observe the amount of force used for each stroke on all our machines.

Our  'coordinate measuring machine' (CMM) is a device for measuring the physical geometrical characteristics of an object. This machine is computer controlled. Measurements are defined by a probe attached to the third moving axis of this machine. This probe touches the part of interest and allows collecting discrete points on the object's surface.

It is composed of three axes, an X, Y and Z. These axes are orthogonal to each other in a typical three dimensional coordinate system. Each axis has a very accurate scale system that indicates the location of that axis. All three axes are displayed on a computer  screen. The probe is used to touch different spots on the part being measured. The machine then uses the X,Y,Z coordinates of each of these points to determine size and position. It's probes is able to drag along the surface of the part taking points at specified intervals.  It has the capability of video scanning. This method uses camera lens that are projected against the surface of the part. Many thousands of points can then be taken and used to not only check size and position, but to create a 3D image of the part as well. This "point-cloud data" can then be transferred to CAD software to create a working 3D model of the part. It is often used to facilitate the "reverse engineering" process, which is the process of taking an existing part, measuring it to determine its size, and creating engineering drawings from these measurements. This is most often necessary in cases where engineering drawings may no longer exist or are unavailable for the particular part that needs replacement.

CNC Machining & Turning Centre
Computer numerical control (CNC) is a computer "controller" that reads G-code and M-code commands and drives a machine tool, a powered mechanical device typically used to fabricate components by the selective removal of material. CNC does numerically directed interpolation of a cutting tool in the work envelope of a machine. The operating parameters of the CNC can be altered via the Master Control Unit (MCU) of the machine or by our CAD/CAM system.

CNC Anodizing Line
Our Anodizing system increases corrosion resistance and wear resistance, and provides better adhesion for paint primers and glues than bare metal.Anodization changes the microscopic texture of the surface and can change the crystal structure of the metal near the surface. Coatings are often porous, even when thick, so a sealing process is often needed to achieve corrosion resistance, this process is called "anodizing" . Anodized aluminium surfaces, for example, are harder than aluminium but have low to moderate wear resistance that can be improved with increasing thickness or by applying suitable sealing substances. Anodic films are generally much stronger and more adherent than most types of paint and metal plating, making them less likely to crack and peel.