The EIBEN s.r.o. company provide services for customers from all over the EU and beyond in the field of CNC metal spinning, flow forming, deep drawing, stamping and other sheet-metal processing technologies.
NEGELE HARTMETALL-TECHNIK GMBH
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GEBR. W. + H. ZAUGG AG
KORNFELD ANTON ING. GESMBH &CO KG
CHEM-TREND (DEUTSCHLAND) GMBH
- Band saw cutting by automatic machines up to 400x400 mm, L12000 mm;
- Sheet cutting by plasma by CNC machine up to 50x3000x10000.
VOSSLOH-VERBINDUNGSELEMENTE, INH. MICHAEL VOSSLOH E.K.
Double coil helical spring lock washer for railway use.
SIEMPELKAMP MASCHINENFABRIK GMBH
The O-forming press applies a press force of 4,000 metric tons per meter of
pipe. This is necessary to form today’s material grades above X100 to the
desired round shape at the optimum level of reduction.
The control concept with (patented) multi-cylinder parallelism control ensures
that the moving beam maintains a position parallel to the press table with a
tolerance of +/-1 mm/m over the entire length. Combined with our tools, this
results in a precise pipe gap which leads to signicant time and material
savings for the subsequent welding process.
The intelligent sensor and control concept of all main cylinders ensures that
dierent sheet lengths (e.g., residual lengths) can be processed.
The press is powered by either conventional drive concepts or via frequencycontrolled drive concepts. Our ECO Drive uses the high moving load of the
moving beam to generate energy during the controlled quick lowering of the
beam. This energy is fed back to the power network.
Siempelkamp is number one in tailor-made plants for the leading
manufacturers of pipeline pipes. These large-diameter pipes with longitudinal
weld seams are manufactured using crimping, U-forming, and O-forming
presses. Compared to other processes on the market, these three presses
achieve high production outputs of up to 30 pipes per minute regardless of
the pipe diameter.
For these large presses featuring our proven metal frame construction, the
heavy component parts and tools are manufactured in our in-house foundry.
The three hydraulic presses present the essential forming units of a modern
production line for longitudinally welded pipes with lengths of up to 18 m in
three forming steps.
For each of the three forming steps, Siempelkamp oers the optimal press
and the associated equipment for the forming line (e.g., pipe transport,