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our processes

laser cutting of steel (worktable of 3000 x 1500 mm)

We have capabilities to cut:

 

  • structural steel, up to 20 mm thick
  • stainless/acid resistant steel, up to 12 mm thick
  • aluminum, up to 10 mm thick

Laser cutting guarantees:

 

  • high quality and precision of cut – 0.1mm
  • 100% repeatability of cut elements
  • smooth cut surface and edges
  • ability to cut very small element
  • cutting work pieces of very complex shapes

plasma cutting (worktable of: 3000 x 1500 mm)

We have capabilities to perform:

 

 

  • plasma cutting, up to 12 mm
  • oxygen cutting, up to 50 mm

sheet metal bending on press brake with pressure of 120 t

We have the capability to bend sheet metal on press brake:

 

  • maximum cut length – 3000 mm
  • bent element thickness from 0.5 mm to 8 mm

The primary benefits of press brake bending are:

 

  • 100% repeatability of bent shapes
  • bending of complex shapes
  • low unitary cost in case of larger series

pipe bending on mandrel and three-roll bender

Bending on mandrel bender:

 

  • bending at constant and variable radiu
  • pipe diameter fi 20 and fi 25

MIG/MAG welding

We weld with MAG/MIG method.

 

  • It is welding with consumable wire electrode in presence of inert shielding gas (argon, helium) or active shielding gas (carbon dioxide with argon).
  • In this method the electric arc forms between the welded material and the consumable electrode in the form of a wire.

Benefits:

 

  • very high welding efficiency
  • very good weld quality
  • low cost
  • capability to automate the procedure

TIG welding

We weld with TIG method.

 

  • It is welding with a non-consumable electrode in presence of inert shielding gases (argon, helium).
  • In this method the electric arc forms between the welded material and the tungsten electrode.
  • The method is used mostly to weld stainless steels, high alloy steels and aluminum.

Benefits:

 

  • very high weld quality
  • high purity of welds
  • ability to weld very thin sheets
  • no spatter of liquid metal
  • capability to automate the procedure

milling

We offer milling with CNC machines and conventional tool milling machines:

 

  • alloy steel
  • stainless steel
  • non-ferrous metals
  • plastics

Offered processes:

 

  • face milling
  • shoulder-face milling
  • profile milling
  • slot milling
  • boring
  • threading

turning

We offer turning with conventional lathes

  • max. turning diameter over support Ø 240 mm
  • max. turning diameter over bed Ø 400 mm
  • max. length of processed element L=1500 mm
  • max. spindle drive Ø 58

grinding

  • 600 x 300 mm surfaces
  • height of processed work piece 250 mm