It’s been four long years since we have all been able to gather at the AMB exhibition. Virtual demonstrations, video conferences and slide presentations are fine, but they can’t replace the excitement of seeing the latest advances in machine tool technology performing before your very eyes. But the wait is
Swedish manufacturer Tutaryds Mekaniska Verkstad AB is creating new opportunities to achieve effective production even when working at a small-scale production site. The key was combining automation with the DN Solutions DVF 5000 5-axis machining center.
As a company based in the motorsport industry with its head office in Harderwijik, the Netherlands, Barron Engineering specializes in the manufacture and design of rally cars, indoor go-karts and motocross bikes. Equipped with a production and facility infrastructure optimized for the making of prototypes and the mass production of core parts, the company has found solutions to the rising demand for the machining of aluminum, steel and alloys in the PUMA MX and the PUMA SMX, two of DN's multi-tasking machine tools.
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Rasi Maskinfabrik A/S, is a Danish metal processing company that specializes in prototype and sample machining. Founded in 2006 by CEO Lars Jacobsen, the business has operated a variety of German and Japanese machine tools to meet its customer’s diverse needs and quality requirements. They recently purchased a DVF 5000 5-axis machining center from Doosan Machine Tools specifically to cut various aluminum parts.
When Ledder Metaaltechniek faced the challenge of increasing productivity throughout the company, they turned to Doosan Machine Tools. Specifically, to the NHP 5000 and the RPS 5000 pallet system it was equipped with.
When German manufacturer Raussendorf wanted to add 5-axis capabilities to their shop, they called Doosan and installed a DVF 5000. The result: efficiency increased by 300%.
The PUMA TT series of twin-turret turning centers tend to transform the shops they serve. Nowhere is that more clear than at Diversified Fittings, an Ohio-based maker of hydraulic fittings. What previously took three operations now takes one, and all their jobs have seen at least 30% cycle time improvement