Trumpf 200 CNC punch press punching brackets down the chute
Fast Tube by Casper
Great example of the flexibility and effective use of all of a sheet of metal being CNC punched to make galvanised mild steel brackets. The Trumpf 200 is being used to punch out the bracket blanks and separate them from the parent sheet metal before allowing them to drop through the chute in the bend of the punch press straight into a collecting bin below. This method of CNC programming uses common line cutting of each part but doesn’t tag them at the corners so they are removed from the sheet automatically with any further processing and uses as much material as possible whig all goes to making a cheaper bracket and a shorted lead time from the placement of purchase order to delivery.
Have a sheet metal bracket or small component that you think you are paying too much for then let us have a look and see if we can improve the production methods needed to CNC punch out the part or even laser cut them to help you out. Please give us a call on 01489 577786 or e-mail via the address on the website.