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Umformen von Rohren und
Nieten DIN 7340

Fertigung mit Drehautomaten

Nieten DIN 7340

​Nieten sind Befestigungsarten, die zum dauerhaften Verbinden von Materialien verwendet werden, insbesondere bei Anwendungen, bei denen mechanische Festigkeit erforderlich ist. Bei TYRSA können wir Nieten nach DIN 7340 (aus Rohr) mit Flachkopf oder Flanschkopf in den vom Kunden gewünschten Abmessungen herstellen.

Röhren

Ausgehend von vorgeformten Stäben können wir Rohre präzise und effizient mit exakten Abmessungen und hochwertigen Oberflächenveredelungen herstellen. Auf diese Weise geformte Rohre finden aufgrund ihrer Maßgenauigkeit und strukturellen Festigkeit Anwendung in verschiedenen Branchen, von der Automobilindustrie bis zum Bauwesen.

Spezifisches Design

Automatische Drehmaschinen werden zwar üblicherweise mit der Herstellung standardmäßiger zylindrischer Teile in Verbindung gebracht, können jedoch auch zur Herstellung von Teilen mit Sonderformen und komplexeren Geometrien eingesetzt werden. Es können kundenspezifische Schneidwerkzeuge wie Spezialbohrer, Fräser, Drehwerkzeuge oder Gewindewerkzeuge verwendet werden.

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  • What is metal stamping?
    Metal stamping is a manufacturing process that uses tools and presses to transform sheet metal into three-dimensional parts through cutting, bending, drawing, and other operations.
  • What are the common types of metal stamping?
    Metal stamping can be hot or cold. At TYRSA we use the cold stamping system with mechanical presses. The most common types of cold stamping are: simple stamping (with a single stroke of the press), progressive stamping (multiple sequential operations on a sheet), and double-acting or coaxial stamping.
  • What industries is metal stamping used in?
    Stamping is applied in industries such as automotive, electronics, household appliances, among others, but we can find stamping parts in any industrial sector, for example in engines, car components, carpentry, electronic circuits...
  • What are the advantages of metal stamping?
    It offers high precision, fast production, lower costs at high volumes, the ability to work with various materials and the ability to create complex shapes.
  • What materials can be stamped?
    A wide variety of metals can be stamped, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper (both DHP and ETP), brass, bronzes, nickel silver, beryllium alloys and other specialty alloys depending on the properties required for the final part. In addition, other materials such as plastics, fiber, polypropylene or nylon can also be printed. We can also work with tapes that have previous electrolytic coatings, either completely or selectively.
  • What is the difference between stamping and die cutting?
    Die cutting is a more general term that includes the stamping process, but can also refer to specific cutting or punching operations without necessarily forming the part.
  • What is the useful life of a stamping die?
    Lifespan can vary depending on material, die design, and usage, but well-maintained dies can produce thousands or even millions of parts before requiring replacement or significant maintenance.
  • How to select the right stamping process for a specific project?
    It depends on the complexity of the part, the quantity required, material selection and precision specifications. Consulting stamping experts is crucial to making the best decision.
  • What is the typical production time in metal stamping?
    Time may vary depending on the complexity of the piece, the type of stamping and the quantity. However, stamping is typically faster at high volumes compared to other manufacturing methods.
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