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Ventilation grilles at their best

It is only with relentless investment in development manufacturers of construction machinery can stay amongst the market leaders for Excavators, Loaders and Tracked Excavators. We too are never satisfied with the status quo. Our expertise in deep-drawing and development can improve upon the precise fit and overall quality of radiator grille...

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Not a simple surface matter

Anyone who installs coated metal parts knows the myriad of influential factors that go into achieving high-quality rust protection. And it’s even more complex when parts are perforated. After all, perforated sheet metal behaves differently than solid material and raises a whole new range of specific challenges.

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Everything about smart design, using sheet metal and its superior processing can be found in our new magazine.

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How to handle rising steel prices with confidence

Between early 2016 and March 2017 steel prices increased by an average of about 75 percent. The German Industrial Association of Sheet Metal Forming (IBU) believes that this cost explosion might lead to delivery problems among suppliers. We can help you ensure a reasonable amount of flexibility in handling raw materials.

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Perfect Fit!

When developing the award-winning design of the new Valtra A 104, the manufacturer opted for a striking combination of plastic and metal for the engine bonnet, with the deep-drawn sections of both materials looking particularly amazing. The way the parts look to merge seamlessly into one another is crucial to the design – and something of a...

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Strong partnership, heavy machinery

British manufacturer of moulded SMC components, Mitras, has been supplying Europe’s automotive, truck and off-highway companies for over 30 years now. Since 2013, Mitras has been working in partnership with SOLVARO, who provide industrial components made of perforated metal. Following the successful audit of the SOLVARO production facilities, the...

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Hammering out solutions: a prototype with low tool costs

Once CAD and theory have done their bit, it’s time to put a component to the test.

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