Manufacturing possibilities for perforated plates

There are various manufacturing processes for the production of perforated plates.  As there is a multitude of different perforated sheet applications in the different branches of industry and trade, different processes are used to ensure the most cost-effective production method for the respective product. The members of our sales team are available to help you identify the most cost-effective process.

Streifenpressen

On strip presses we produce small to medium quantities of perforated plates from format sheets or blanks.

  • Maximum punchable format is 2000 x 5000 mm.
  • Sheet thicknesses from 0.8 to 15.0 mm
  • Holes: Round, square, slot, special perforations
  • Material quality: steel, partly also in wear-resistant, stainless steel, also in heat-resistant qualities, aluminium and other non-ferrous metals

Wide press production

On wide presses we produce small, medium and large series from coil.

  • The maximum punchable dimension is 1500 mm.
  • After perforation, it is possible to bring the perforated coil to a desired blank length using a cut-to-length line or - the strip is rewound to the perforated coil.
  • Sheet thickness 0.5 mm to 5.0 mm depending on perforation and coil width
  • Material quality: steel, stainless steel, non-ferrous metals, heat-resistant qualities

Turret punch press

Punch-nibbling or punch-laser machines are mainly used to produce perforated plates with different hole diameters or complex contours. The batch sizes can vary between individual and series production. The advantage of punch-nibbling machines is the variability of the perforations. There are different tool stations which can be equipped with different punching or forming tools.

  • The maximum dimensions of the sheets are 1500 x 3000 mm
  • Sheet thicknesses from 0.5 mm to 6.0 mm are processed.
  • Material quality: steel, stainless steel, non-ferrous metals, heat-resistant qualities
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