As a progressive dies company in the automotive sector, we're always up for a challenge. The successful manufacturing of DIE 1609 proved this point clearly. Our crew faced several unique challenges in creating such a dynamic product, with many bending and folding requirements. But, as always, we rose to the occasion, utilizing our experience and expertise to create something that was precise and met every specification.
We believe that innovation is key to success. That's why we leverage technology and techniques to ensure that we deliver products that surpass even the strictest standards. In the case of DIE 1609, we utilized upper and base 1730 steel, along with a stripe plate of hardened 1.2510 and a guiding plate of 1.2312, as well as matrix and punches of 1.2379, to manufacture the die. Our cutting-edge CNC milling DooSan machine was instrumental in ensuring that the die was accurate.
One of the unique challenges we faced during the manufacturing process was creating a product this soft and thin. It required precision and attention to detail to ensure that the outcome was satisfactory.
At Akad, we are committed to a sustainable planet. Our goal is to use the minimum amount of raw material required. By fine-tuning our processes, we help our clients keep their expenses down and reduce their environmental impact.
Overall, we're proud to have successfully manufactured DIE 1609. Our commitment to innovation and thinking outside of the box allowed us to overcome the hurdles we initially faced, and ultimately deliver a stunning final product.
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At Akad, we understand the importance of innovation and creativity in the manufacturing process. We strive to deliver products that not only meet our client's specifications but also exceed their expectations. Our team of experts uses the latest technology and techniques to ensure that every product we deliver is of the highest quality.
The manufacturing of die 1627 was no exception. We faced some unique challenges during the process, such as creating surfaces that were both straight and smooth while ensuring that they followed the drawing accurately. We also had to deal with the rear back cut, which required careful attention to detail.
Despite these challenges, our team was able to overcome them and deliver a product that met all our client's requirements. We used upper and base 1730 steel, a stripe plate of hardened 1.2510, and a guiding plate of 1.2312, along with matrix and punches of 1.2379 to manufacture the die. We utilized our state-of-the-art CNC milling DooSan machine to create a die that measured 1200x600mm and weighed 1800 kg.
At Akad, we are committed to sustainability and reducing waste. We believe that optimization is the key to achieving this goal, and we work hard to ensure that we use the minimum amount of raw material possible while delivering exceptional products. By doing this, we not only help our clients save money but also contribute to preserving the environment.
Simply put, we are extremely proud of the successful manufacturing of die 1627. It was a challenging project, but we were able to crush every obstacle and deliver a product that we were proud of. We will continue to innovate and push the boundaries in the manufacturing industry, ensuring that we produce the best products and services possible.
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