State-of-the-art Machine Park
Skilled flexible employees
Day to day delivery
Large plate storage
Digital documentation (Solid Works, Inventor, TecZone Bend Pro and the like)
Vi lagerfører mere end 200 forskellige materialetyper og pladetykkelser. Materiale er typisk stål, rustfrit stål og aluminium – see our stock list here.
We have the latest generation of TRUMPF laser cutters and edge benders such as TruBend 5085 with associated TecZone Bend Pro software.
We know that the industry in Denmark rarely has the time and money to wait, and therefore optimisation of both quality and speed is a major priority for us. Below you can see a selection of our work areas.
Welding and robot welding
In our large welding workshop, we work with both manual and robot welding and give our customers advice on when it makes sense to use robot welding instead of manual welding.
A TRUMPF TruLaser 3030, 5.0 KW laser cutter delivers plate parts for further processing on CNC-controlled bending machines. The laser cutter has a cutting capacity of 25mm steel, 20mm stainless steel and 12mm aluminum.
Pickling and Glass Blasting
We are the specialist when it comes to pickling and protection against corrosion and when the surface must be uniform and beautiful. We also carry out glass blasting, in connection with the stainless steel workshop a glass blowing system has been established.
We bend the plates so that they fit exactly into the measurements. Every time. We never compromise on the quality of our flashbacks. And you can count on us delivering on time.
Our employees have Auto-cad, Solid works and Inventor available in the design studio. We offer to solve design tasks according to the customer's proposal. Production of prototypes and calculation of series or single piece production is a natural extension of the design process.
Metal is often machined with many processes to create items of a certain shape and size. These procedures often create uneven edges or protrusions. The swollen particles and shavings that appear when metal items are machined are called burrs, and the process by which they are removed is known as deburring.