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Brankamp Die Match on Ingramatic thread rolling now

To manufacturers of fastener-elements, thread laps are a huge problem. They may be the cause for failing connections – just when not missing a screw is vitally important. The experts from Italian machines-manufacturer Ingramatic have developed an innovative adjustment-system for thread rollers in cooperation with BRANKAMP, the technology-pioneer for ProcessMonitoring-systems. More ...

 

FactoryNet bei Möhling

New connections, better technology

Revolution in work scheduling: At the MÖHLING Group, almost 7,000 production steps are optimally harmonized with each other at the click of a mouse on the computer for the current line of approx. 2,400 fastening elements. Thanks to a consequent networking of the manufacturing process, the FactoryNet, the classic planning board has gone into a well-earned retirement. But not only the processes are running smoother: The networked manufacturing process also saves hard earned cash. More ...

 

FORMING

SACMA: Ten years of partnership

Since 2000, machine manufacturer SACMA cooperates closely with BRANKAMP. SACMA is convinced of the technology and performance of market-leader BRANKAMP in the area of ProcessMonitoring. BRANKAMP modules are used with all SACMA machines. More ...

 

BRANKAMP X7

Artificial intelligence is the key

13 years ago, „Deep Blue“ became the first chess computer in the world to beat a grand master. This was possible only because the computer possessed comprehensive expert knowledge. Thousands of stored matches simulated the know-how of a genuine chess grand master. Because of this, the machine was capable of doing what a human could do: calculating moves in advance. And that with ingenious mathematical precision. More ...

 

Forming industry: facing up to hard times

"Only those who have positioned themselves favourably will emerge strengthened from the crisis“

Crisis, order setbacks and cautious optimism - from an economic standpoint, the past eighteen months have been like a roller coaster ride with signs of a rapid downward slide over the long-run. Are there now signs of an upward trend? Franz Saliger, member of the management board and director of the massive forming department at BRANKAMP, talks about the world economic crisis and its consequences for the forming industry. More ...

 

Adaptive Die Match

Accurate measurement, optimum production

In order to produce a high-quality product, the individual stages of production must be of optimum design. Achieving an ideal pitch-adjustment of thread rollers is a piece of cake with "Adaptive Die Match“. This automatic track alignment system developed jointly by BRANKAMP and leading manufacturer E.W.Menn was launched at the wire 2008. More ...

 

BRANKAMP systems in use at EJOT

Best connections in the industry

From a small proprietorship to a Global Player in just a few decades: Hans Werner Kocherscheidt formed today's EJOT Group, a European market leader in fastener technology, from the screw factory, Adolf Böhl. With more than 2,000 employees, EJOT produces fasteners for the automotive and electrical industries, as well as for the telecommunications and construction industries. More ...

 

SPAX® International

More than 30 years of uncompromising quality

"The decision is made on the field.“ This wonderful saying from BVB soccer legend Adi Preißler could be the life's motto for staunch Dortmund fan and District league A-class referee, Peter Beram. Likewise, with his work at SPAX ® International in Ennepetal, the only thing that counts for this 59-year-old is the end result. Berum has been using the world-renowned screw ProcessMonitoring system from BRANKAMP in production for over 30 years. „Nothing works without it“, he adds with complete conviction. More ...

 

Peiner Umformtechnik GmbH

For a sure stop

The park stadium in Gelsenkirchen, the new airport in Dubai, innumerable automobiles and wind power systems all have one thing in common: They were all constructed using fastening elements from Peiner Umformtechnik GmbH (PUT). The company, headquartered in Peine, Germany, has been producing special screws and parts for the automotive, machine, plant and steel construction industries for almost 90 years. PUT products are deployed around the globe. More ...

 

ProcessMonitoring at the SEISSENSCHMIDT Group

„Greater product reliability through ProcessMonitoring“

The automotive supplier, SEISSENSCHMIDT, will produce around 110 million drive and chassis technology-related precision components this year. The parts are produced in large quantities with a high degree of automation. They are used by almost all automobile manufacturers as well as by leading system suppliers. It is self-evident that the highest levels of quality and safety standards are demanded for component production. More...

 

Hotmatic multi-stage presses equipped with ProcessMonitoring systems ex-works

Hatebur relies on Brankamp

The Swiss machine manufacturer Hatebur is now equipping its Hotmatic multi-stage presses with ProcessMonitoring systems ex-works. Hatebur has selected BRANKAMP as its solution partner. More ...

 

Just in front

Vosseler Umformtechnik
uses know-how from BRANKAMP

An increase in productivity of 15 percent? With „zero defects“? This is still possible today, even on the most modern production line. Take ESKA GmbH in Chemnitz as an example. The secret of their success: The clever use of a ProcessMonitoring system - the „BRANKAMP Rotators“ - to solve a seemingly irresolvable problem - until then. More ...

 

Interview

"ProcessMonitoring is an extremely important technology for the German fastener industry“

Frank Naumann, 63, is the Managing Director of the German Fasteners Association with its headquarters  in Hagen. The joining technology expert has been active in the sector in various functions for almost 40 years. At first in the former GDR and later on as joining technology specialist in Neuss. In 1999, Naumann was named Managing Director of the association. More ...

 

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