Specialists in the pressing tools department work on the development and design of sheet metal pressing tools for car manufacturers and their suppliers. Based on years of experience, we provide advice and consultancy in the field of parts compressibility, including the creation of compression methodology. Using all this experience, we guarantee the functionality and quality of the pressing tools.
During the development and construction of these tools, we also actively use AutoForm software for computer simulation of hauling, tracking of the pressing process and the elimination of the negative effects from compressing used material. This fulfils all the prerequisites for the precise processing of the final pressed material.
The department specialises in providing automated, welding workplaces with a key, and includes orders as an OEM supplier.
Our workers design welding links from the original layout concept, 3D design for all equipment and their simulation, all the way to programming robots and deploying them on-site. These tasks are performed in the state-of-the-art systems of SW digital factory tools. It is a matter of course to optimise line speed, check robot availability, block them from possible collisions, and last but not least, fine-tune each component of the designed devices. A separate section is the completion and construction of lines where the knowledge of our engineers is combined with the experience of the technicians, thereby leading to a higher quality of manufactured parts. Furthermore, specialists concentrate on the implementation of automated welding workplaces for car panel parts, which are among the heaviest parts for the bodywork. They add a piece of their own invention to every project.
The cubing of a vehicle is a standard bodywork made by replacement technology. It corresponds to the nominal state of CAD data and is milled in a very precise manufacturing tolerance with a minimum deviation.
The body is divided into several parts that are made up of mainly aluminium due to the material's dimensional stability. Functional places for positioning and mounting test pieces are made of steel.
Cubing serves to verify the functionality of the design, the quality, the dimensional accuracy of the exterior and interior assembled parts (lamps, bumpers, glass, plastic interior parts, seats, seat belts, gears, electrical cables, dashboard instruments) and other accessories. It allows vendors to verify the accuracy of the parts within the entire vehicle assembly and then "debug" initial design problems for individual components in the bodywork.