We’ve improved the old sleeve manufacturing process. Instead of bending, rolling and turning, we introduced a single integrated die for all bending and rolling functions, eliminating the turning stage.
The result: shorter manufacturing times, reduced operational costs, increased production.
On a new clinching coupling die
We changed the part removal process by replacing the hydraulic cushion with easy, convenient auto release.
The result: decreased manufacturing times and improved product quality, in addition to solving the problem of material scratching and pulling.
Beit El Industries’ locking drum manufacturing process included three stages: cropping layout, bending and rolling. We improved this process by switching to a multi-stage progressive die which manufactures a finished product without requiring several machines.
The result: freed production resources, shortened processes, increased output and higher product quality.
Cast’s products were being cut with little precision, which slowed down production rates and required numerous breaks for purposes of cleaning and recalibration, as well as weekly sharpening. We changed the die’s concept and upgraded the materials to ones that stand wear-and-tear over time.
The result: precise cutting, less rejects, increased cutting pace and production rates by twenty percent, eliminated constant manufacturing standstills, reduced sharpening frequency.
The company mass produced its products in two stage manufacturing process that included cropping layout and bending. The results were imprecise and in insufficient quantities. Our solution was to switch to a simultaneous cutting/bending process using a high-precision die.
The result: nonstop production of millions of parts, over three consecutive, error-free shifts, all while adhering to the required levels of precision and quality.
TechJet’s manufacturing process includes a stage of post-forging blade clipping. The company used a low-precision die which caused numerous errors and rejects, resulting in low
quality products in small quantities. We introduced an improved die.
The result: increased level of precision, shortened calibration times, decreased wear-and-tear and increased the number of manufactured blades.