in the body

Zero parts per million. Not a one-off accomplishment, but one achieved many years in succession. There’s a very simple reason for that, which is that we know what happens with our precision blanks and do our utmost to make sure that not a single chip, burr or scratch leaves our factory. Our cut-to-length and slitting lines produce outstanding straightening outcomes and deliver A-grade surfaces.

During subsequent machining on the milling table, a vacuum system cleans the blanks, while robots position the milling heads and lift them away again with pinpoint accuracy. No slippage, no scratching. If you prefer an extra layer of protection, you can receive each sheet from the pressing facility separated by paper inserts, either in offset stacks or not, depending on your requirements.

It's the edge that makes the difference

A high-speed cut is more than just blanking. Milling ensures that the edge does not harden and become brittle. Our cut edges are robust, because they have not been damaged before the process even starts, unlike in the case of thermal or other mechanical cutting methods. We also almost entirely avoid the build-up of burrs, which is good for the forming die.

Plus, a clearly defined edge can really save you money. If you don’t have to worry about a pre-damaged edge when you’re designing your component and planning your method, you can save on material. Our studies have proved as much. That saving can be as much as 10%. Not bad, is it? Have a look.

in the battery box

Precision is king! That is something that can be said without hesitation about sheet-metal blanks used in battery boxes. HSC blanks ensure an exact fit, with no burrs and with geometric tolerances far beyond what is typical.

in the chassis

Chassis components benefit twice over from precision blanks. Cut edges machined using the HSC method exhibit hole expansion capabilities up to seven times better for high-strength steels.