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Vertical hydraulic press (in-house design and manufacture).
- Tube materials: carbon steel, high yield strength steel, stainless steel, …
- Pipe diameter (max./min.): 100 / 25 mm
- Internal tube pressure: 2.000 bar
- Clamping force of the press: 1.000 t
- Workpiece table: 2,000 x 1,300 mm
- Maximum opening: 500 mm
- Maximum upper die weight: 15 t
- Possibility of perforations in this operation
Automated installation for the deformation of small parts.
Consists of CRIPPA machine mod. S 2166 HF, raw material loader and automatic handling and extraction of product to outfeed conveyor.
- Tube materials: steel, stainless steel, aluminium, …
- Pipe diameter (max./min.): 40 / 5 mm
- Internal tube pressure: 600 bar
- Clamping force of the clamp: 20 t
- Max. deformation length (waves): 150 mm
- Clamp opening: 250 mm
- No. of operations: 6
Rubber pad forming (Rubber Pad Forming)
Rubber pad forming is an industrial manufacturing process for the production of shallow parts. Basically, the part acquires its final shape by forming it between two tools, one of which is rigid (often a metal punch or die) and the other is flexible (the rubber pad). The process is particularly suitable for low to medium volume production and, until recently, this forming was used almost exclusively in the aircraft industry.
In this metal forming process a round elastomer is introduced into the tube. This elastomer is pushed by two hydraulic cylinders and will expand inside the tube die. It is used as a substitute for the more expensive hydroforming process when series are small.
- Pipe materials: steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, …
- Raw material: tube in bars or coil
- Tube diameter (max./min.): 80 / 10 mm
- Tube thickness (max./min.): 3,0 / 0,8 mm
- No. of heights: 1 to 6
Rotary or Linear conventional Tube end-forming machine
- Tube materials: steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, …
- Tube diameter (max./min.): 150 / 4 mm
- No. of operations: 1 to 6
Progressive or manual press
- Coil width: 80 to 800 mm
- Coil thickness; 0.5 to 5 mm
- Force: 160 to 600 t
- Table dimensions (length x width): 1.300 to 3.000 x 800 to 2.000 mm
Automated Robot or Manual Welding
- Materials: carbon steel
- Carbon steel tube EN 10305-2 E235+N D16x1 and sheet plates DD11-A e= 2,0 and 3,0 mm
- Wire: D0,8 mm (EN ISO 14341-A; G464M21 3Si1)
- Gas: Argon
Automated installation with adjustable fixed electrode
- Materials: stainless steel
- Bushing D13 x d6 x 5 to tube D6x1 mm
- Working voltage: 22.0 to 17.2 V
- Max. power consumption (KVA): 11.6 to 6.9 KVA
Standard Pedestal Machine, Special Machine or Robot Welding Clamp
- Sheets: Steel/Inox 4+4 mm / 2+2 mm
- Blankets to exhaust pipes
- Nuts to sheet metal: M4 / M12 to thickness 1 / 3 mm
- Screws to sheet metal: M5 / M10 at thickness 1 / 2 mm
- Maximum power: 60 to 170 KVA
- Electrode force: 2.700 to 7.400 N
- Distance between arms: 300 to 400 mm
- Length of arms: 250 to 500 mm
Ad-hoc production lines per product
- Transfer technology for the manufacture of connecting tubes / Spigots
- Structural tube cells incorporating bending operation, tube end forming, cutting, punching, flattening and geometry control.
- Automated welding cell for fluid conduction tubes with the incorporation of Brackets by means of different welding technologies (TIG orbital without contribution, MIG, spot, brazing, etc.), bending of the different tubes, geometric control and leak control, all within the same cell.
- Welding cell for assemblies of stamped parts.
- Cell for welding fasteners (nuts, bolts, etc.) to stamped parts.
Multi presses for the production of blanks
- Automatic press.
- Automatic Coil Feeder.
- Processing Shaped Blanks from master coils.
- Cutting different flat Blanks.
- Blanks Marking.
- Coil width: up to 800 mm
- Coil thickness: up to 3 mm
- Force: max 80 t
- Price of tooling much lower compared to conventional press process and no scrap in the raw material.
Automatic punching centres for different tubular applications
Manufacturing of tubes from Blanks
- End Forming.
Transformation of Tubes
- End Forming.
- Tube diameter: up to 70 mm
- Tube length: up to 800 mm
- Much lower tooling cost compared to conventional process and no scrap of raw material