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STRIP/STAMPING AND BENDING PARTS

One of the most vari­able prod­ucts: Stamped and bent parts from strip material

Function:

Appli­ca­tion-spe­cif­ic strip/punched bent parts with a wide range of functions

Description:

Stamped and bent parts made from strip mate­r­i­al in coils are fed through the die as a “strip”. For exam­ple, stamped and bent parts in the wheel brake area.

ADVANTAGES

  • Many years of know-how in the field of stamp­ing and bend­ing tech­nol­o­gy. (spring steel, non-fer­rous met­als, cold-rolled strip)
  • Func­tion­al inte­gra­tions imple­ment­ed many times
  • Var­i­ous join­ing tech­niques (mate­r­i­al or form-fit: weld­ing or pres­sure joining)

INNOVATION

  • Eco­nom­i­cal use of mate­r­i­al through effi­cient punch­ing strip design
  • Mod­u­lar tools

PRODUCTION

  • In-house pro­to­type construction
  • In-house process and development
  • Exten­sive lab­o­ra­to­ry facil­i­ties for the devel­op­ment of inno­va­tions (incl. fail­ure analy­sis and fatigue tests)

Automotive

FINE-BLANKING PARTS

FINE-BLANKING PARTS ARE CHARACTERISED BY EXTREMELY PRECISE RIGHT-ANGLED AND TEAR-FREE CUTTING SURFACES

Function:

Fine-blank­ing parts in high­est accu­ra­cy for dif­fer­ent applications.

Description:

The fine-blank­ing process allows a very smooth cut­ting qual­i­ty at the cut­ting sur­face. Fur­ther­more, mas­sive form­ing and bend­ing process­es can be inte­grat­ed into the fine-blank­ing process. Due to com­plete or local quench­ing and tem­per­ing process­es, wear-reduc­ing or resilient loads can be integrated.

ADVANTAGES

  • Func­tion­al integration
  • High­est mechan­i­cal load
  • Weight reduc­tion
  • Use for dynam­ic load and high temperatures

INNOVATION

  • Local hard­en­ing
  • Flat­ness and dimen­sion opti­mized quench­ing and tempering
  • Use of SOF processes

PRODUCTION

  • Form­ing simulation
  • In-house pro­to­type construction
  • Fatigue strength tests
  • Relax­ation tests

Automotive

PLASTIC METAL COMBINATIONS

THE PRODUCTION OF HYBRID COMPONENTS FROM METAL PLASTIC COMBINATIONS OPENS A WIDE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES FOR PRODUCT DESIGN

Function:

Direct com­bi­na­tion of plas­tic and met­al with­out addi­tion­al join­ing partners.

Description:

Using the out­sert tech­nol­o­gy dif­fer­ent prod­ucts can be pro­duced as hybrid plas­tic-met­al com­bi­na­tions. the advan­tages of both mate­r­i­al class­es com­ple­ment each oth­er in an opti­mal way.

ADVANTAGES

  • Com­plex assem­bly com­po­nents can be rep­re­sent­ed as parts that fall off the mold
  • Func­tion­al integration
  • Weight sav­ing
  • High automa­tion possible

INNOVATION

  • Mold Flow Analysis
  • FEM-aid­ed design

PRODUCTION

  • Plas­tic injec­tion molding
  • Sur­face coating
  • Assem­bly operations(automated)

The SCHERDEL GROUP: Mechan­i­cal Engineering