The new generation of the Xact Smart increases the versatility and speed of bending. With its numerous new functions, Bystronic’s entry-level machine offers the decisive plus in bending technology.
Waterjet cutting is widely known for its ability to cut virtually any material to near net shape. These materials vary from rubber to plastics, composites to metals. Versatility is a benefit waterjet cutting brings to many businesses, including New Hampshire based company, Plan Tech. Plan Tech has been manufacturing urethane parts for over 30 years, providing products for diverse groups of industries. Urethane is a high-performance rubber that can be molded easily, shaped accurately, and offers many different finishing options.
AMADA MIYACHI EUROPE announces the MIYACHI EAPRO Automatic Hypotube Coating Removal System; a laser ablation system ideal for removal of a range of biomedical coatings on round and cylindrical components including hypotubes, springs, coils, and guide wires. The laser ablation systems may also be used for advanced surface treatments, including roughening, discoloration, foaming, and darkening or annealing. The clean non-contact laser process reduces or eliminates dust during manufacturing. It can be used to process most plastic and metal parts fed as a bundle or on a reel.
For global sheet metal fabricators, the customers – automotive OEMs and retailers – have shown an increased spending pattern across the globe. The international sheet metal fabrication service market is projected to grow at CAGR of 1.4% between 2017 and 2025. The report also points towards the fact that bending, cutting and punching operations are likely to be the most extensively used operations on the shop floor.
WJS launched a new unique micro cutting feature for its waterjet machines. To cut narrow incisions in hard materials with high precision requires a specially developed waterjet cutting process. FAWJ stands for Fine Abrasive Water Jet (micro waterjet, finecut), and is a unique and world-class cutting process launched back in 2008 by Water Jet Sweden. Since then, the technique has been applied to a specially developed precision machinery, designed to manufacture micro-components.