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Trip to the cheese dairy Vogler
If you become part of the LISSMAC team, you can expect not only exciting and varied tasks, but also numerous benefits such as joint activities with colleagues. A career at LISSMAC is fun! So on Thursday, March 30, 2023, after work, we visited the Vogler cheese dairy, the best-known cheese dairy in the area. After we were all dressed in hair hoods and coats, we were given a tour by the cheesemaker himself. He initiated us into the secrets of cheese making and explained the production and storage process of cheese. We learned more about the differences between hard, semi-hard and soft cheese and were then allowed to taste the different varieties. In total, about 20 different varieties are produced, depending on the season! From mild to spicy, there was something for every taste. So in the comfortably furnished Sennerstüble a common get-together was guaranteed. As always, it was a successful excursion, so that we are already looking forward to the next joint activity with our colleagues. If you would like to be part of our team, apply now!
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND COMPANY REST IN MAY
Dear business partners, we would like to inform you about upcoming holidays and company rest in May. On the following days we will not be available and will not be able to ship spare and wear parts. We therefore kindly ask you to place any necessary orders in time. Monday, 01.05.2023 - public holidayThursday, 18.05.2023 - public holidayFriday, 19.05.2023 - Company restMonday, 29.05.2023 - Public holiday We thank you very much for the trustful cooperation and your known contact persons are at your disposal for questions and further information. Your LISSMAC Team
Resource Efficiency, Low Power Consumption And New Business Fields
Quality and functionality are also important and are arguments for investing in machinery and equipment. But the reliability of the machine builder, speed, flexibility and uncomplicated hands-on cooperation are often just as decisive for a new acquisition. When purchasing new grinding and deburring technology, a company from the Ammerland region relies on precisely these classic SME values. Text: Annedore Bose-Munde The expertise of Wiechmann Ketten- and Kettenräderbau GmbH from Edewecht lies in two areas. On the one hand, this is chain production. Wear parts for trenchers and other applications are manufactured here, for example milling chains, sprockets or digging tools. In the second competence area - of sheet metal processing - everything revolves around laser cutting, forming as well as deburring, edge rounding and grinding. The company was founded in 1963 by the current senior, Otto Wiechmann, and began with the production of wear parts for cable trenchers, later adding chain production and in 1999 sheet metal production. Today Wiechmann employs 55 people. About half of them work in sheet metal production. Here, production is carried out for a wide range of industries, such as the food and packaging industries. About 10 per cent of the parts are manufactured for the company's own products in chain production. These are mostly parts that have to be touched by hand. Quality, reproducible results and efficiency For Andre Wiechmann, the company's managing director, safety is an important issue. "We wanted to move away from hand deburring. The risk of injury should be minimised. In addition, the quality requirements of our customers have continued to increase in recent years. In addition, the power consumption of the plants should be reduced and the efficiency increased," he looks back at the starting point of the considerations. These criteria are also important to Hinrich Böhlje, who joined Wiechmann in 2015. Looking back, the sheet metal production manager says: "At the time, we had the Lissmac SBM-M 1000 S2, which we bought in 2006, and two other machines for rounding edges. The other two plants consumed a lot of electricity. Moreover, these did not have the option of machining the parts on both sides. So there was always a need for reworking or a second operation. And with the Lissmac system at the time, it was only possible to process sheets with a width of a thousand. But we also cut parts up to two metres wide." So the decision was made to invest in new plant technology. The focus of the project was to increase efficiency through double-sided machining, to cover a wider range of parts and, of course, to reduce power consumption. Managing directors Andre Wiechmann and Hinrich Böhlje were already convinced of the reliable technology of the Bad Wurzach-based company. In 2017, an SBM-XS 300 was purchased for machining small parts - designed with a vacuum belt for parts made of stainless steel and aluminium. And so the machine manufacturer from Upper Swabia was also on the selection list when it came to new investments. In addition, production manager Böhlje knew other Lissmac plants from a previous job. Quick decision and adapted project planning process In the spring of 2018, Andre Wiechmann, who took over responsibility for the company from his father in 1996, made a decision after visiting a trade fair. He contacted Lissmac and the project planning procedure could start. "We have sent a large number of parts to Lissmac in Bad Wurzach for trials. And we were also there ourselves. In general, we are very close to the customer with all our products and that's what we wanted to be with the new machines," he explains. The process and the coordinated project planning for the plant took about a year. As a result, two SMB-L 1500 G1S2 sanding and deburring machines were purchased, each with an infeed and outfeed belt. This means that parts up to four metres long can also be machined on both sides. With the acquisition of the two SMB-L 1500 machines, the SMB-L 1000 was then sold and the other two grinding machines were also disposed of. "The decision in favour of Lissmac technology was made relatively quickly," says production manager Böhlje. "On the one hand, the positive experience with a comparable plant was already there. On the other hand, there were not so many manufacturers offering double-sided machining. Last but not least, the systems are highly flexible. So if Wiechmann's products change, the units can be changed quickly and easily". The option of adding a second machining unit now saves 50 percent machining time. In addition, only one extraction unit is required for both systems. In addition, the SMB-L 1500 has an upstream unit with sandpaper. In addition to enabling double-sided processing, this also helps to ensure efficient workflow. For managing director Wiechmann, it is also important to separate the materials and thus ensure that they are processed according to type in production. For example, one of the new grinding and deburring machines is used only for stainless steel and the other for mild steel. "With machine deburring, we can now ensure efficiency in machining and guarantee reproducible machining results. These are also important sales arguments in sheet metal production," he says. Aluminium Machining And Explosion Protection The two SMB-L 1500s were delivered in June 2019. The second SBM-XS 300 was ordered directly with the delivery. Hinrich Böhlje tells the story behind this second small parts machine: "We were asked to produce rounded-edge aluminium sheet parts for a customer. So far, these have been lasered. However, these parts are very difficult to handle. Therefore, they had to be rounded. So we needed a machine for aluminium rounding very quickly." Dirk Schürstedt, Area Sales Manager Metal Processing at Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH, continues: "Yes, that was really a challenge for us. It took six weeks from the idea to purchase a new plant to delivery. Everything was very focused. Even a coordination problem regarding the necessary conveyor rollers was solved in three hours. That was impressive for everyone involved." And with a view to aluminium machining, a third identical SMB-L 1500 for aluminium machining was also purchased in September 2022. "We have to consider explosion protection when machining aluminium. Extraction was important for the dusts produced. The purchase of a separate extraction system and the resulting conversion of an existing system seemed too costly to us. And so we decided to purchase another machine, to house it in a separate room and thus to take into account all safety aspects as well as to ensure efficient process flows," Andre Wiechmann explains the decision. All three SMB-L units have essentially the same equipment and the same user interface. An additional loop adjustment module was an important feature for Wiechmann when equipping the systems. If the sanding pattern changes due to the running time, the machine automatically adjusts itself. This way, the quality can be reliably set once. This also means that customers can order the sanding quality or the sanding pattern individually. The Right All-Round Package Investing in new technology has paid off for Wiechmann: The grinding processes run much more efficiently and larger parts can be machined. With rounded parts, the paint also holds better, foils on the sheet metal do not have to be removed and engravings are easier to see. Another very important point: The new machines require significantly less electricity. Many of Wiechmann's customers appreciate the machine edge rounding and gladly accept the service. And the new plant technology has opened up yet another business field. "We have customers who produce sheet metal parts themselves and bring them to us for edge rounding," says Wiechmann. And one point is particularly important for the managing director of the Ammerland-based company: working at eye level. "There are no complicated and lengthy processes when working with Lissmac. We don't have to pull a ticket when we need a quick answer to our question in everyday business. We can always rely on the good service and the good mechanical engineering. One thing is certain: We are simply taken seriously as a customer."
Career fair Ravensburg - We are there!
On 27.04.2023 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. the career fair will take place again in the Oberschwabenhalle in Ravensburg. We will be there again this year. Our colleagues will tell you about their daily work at LISSMAC, show further training and career opportunities and are available to answer all kinds of questions. Visit us and become part of our team!
Asphalt Paving In A Sensitive Environment
LISSMAC UNICUT 600 cuts through 50 cm thick asphalt and concrete The ground must not shake. This was the premise of the contract awarded by the Friedrich W. Petersen company from Seedorf, which involved the vibration-free removal of a 50 cm thick road surface. Measuring devices in the adjacent houses checked strict compliance with the specification. Cruel methods such as hammering or milling with coarse tools were ruled out. The UNICUT 600, LISSMAC's flagship floor saw, whose diamond saw blade cuts asphalt and concrete surfaces to a depth of up to 63 cm, provided the elegant and efficient solution. The delicate task took the experts for diamond drilling and sawing technology from the company Friedrich W. Petersen into a narrow residential street. The machines had to come within arm's length of the house fronts in order to remove the massive soil structure in the Aubrücke area in Wilster. Years ago, the marshy subsoil had been filled with concrete during a road renovation to secure the floodplain crossing. "As part of a new house supply, the 50 cm thick layer of concrete and asphalt had to be removed. It was imperative that the work be carried out without vibration. This was documented with measuring devices on the surrounding houses for evidence," reports managing director Willi Petersen, whose company specialises in asphalt and concrete sawing. He was commissioned by the construction company Gerd Dallmeier from Bekmünde to cut the asphalt-concrete mix, once designed for maximum stability, into small pieces that could be gently lifted and transported away with a mini-excavator. The chessboard-like cut lines, which crossed the resistant floor structure of the Aubrücke bridge to a depth of 50 cm, added up to around 300 running metres. A demanding task for man and machine, which Petersen and his specialists completed quickly and at the same time as gently as possible with know-how and the right equipment. "Such construction measures are naturally a burden for the residents. Keeping this as low and short as possible was a major concern for us. The measurement data from the vibration sensors also confirm that we have achieved this goal," says Petersen. A total of 50 cross-sections were also created, which were drilled off at the sides, in order to render vibration-intensive chiselling out of the cut surface superfluous. The main load of the cutting work was shouldered by the LISSMAC floor saw UNICUT 600, which is designed for the toughest applications. Travel drive and saw blade speed are electro-hydraulically adjustable. The hydraulically controlled drive proves to be extremely robust even in the toughest continuous operation, can be operated without restriction under full load and works without any appreciable wear. A 100 kW/136 hp Perkins diesel engine provides the power, accelerating up to 1,500 mm diamond saw blades to the set speed and powerfully dragging them across. A highlight from the operator's point of view is the LISSMAC-typical, first-class ergonomics of the machine, which enables low-fatigue floor cutting over many hours. The control is millimetre-precise and effortlessly simple via joystick. The userfriendly design allows multiple seating positions and provides the best overview in both push and drag cutting mode. "The UNICUT 600 makes our back-breaking job much easier. It is fast, precise, reliable and you have a firm grip on the over two-tonne powerhouse with just one finger on the joystick. Every morning, my employees like to get back on the machine. That is good for motivation and it is reflected in our first-class work," says Petersen. Get more information about the product here.
Setting the Course for the Future with a Machine Package
Robert Plersch Edelstahltechnik GmbH has a long history: The company was founded in 1819 as a small building fitter's shop, grew and in the meantime also produced its own products with cookers and ovens for private households and the catering trade. Originally based in Ottobeuren, the company moved to its current location in 1985. In the 1980s, the portfolio was switched to sheet metal working under Robert Plersch. "Since then, we have grown steadily. More and more new technology and automation was added. That was my father's philosophy," says managing director Georg Plersch, who is now the sixth generation to run the company. After three years of working together and intensive training, the company was handed over from father to son at the end of 2019/beginning of 2020. Deburring should be automated Right at the start of his new job, the industrial engineer with a degree in mechanical engineering had a complex task to master. Investments should be made. All departments should work at a similarly high technical level. Looking at the individual production areas in the company, things looked very different before the current investment. In the field of sheet metal processing, the latest plants from Trumpf was available. Production took place in three shifts on five lines. This resulted in a very large throughput of sheet metal parts, steel and stainless steel parts and aluminum parts. Then came the next work step with deburring. And a lot of manual work was still done in this area. "It didn't add up. In one area we are fully automated in a three-shift system and then manual work follows. It wasn't just the number of employees in the deburring area that we were lacking. It is also simply a question of staff motivation. In addition, customer requirements have become more and more demanding in recent years," says Georg Plersch, looking back. The plant technology therefore had to be adapted to the changed production requirements. "On the one hand, we wanted to process the high volume of sheet metal parts as efficiently as possible and implement the increased requirements for deburring, such as deburring on both sides. On the other hand, the employees should be relieved, because hand deburring is quite strenuous," Plersch describes the key data. So when looking for new plant technology, the focus was on throughput times, quality and automation. And so the plant concepts of various manufacturers were looked at and tested with a view to the company's own production requirements. It was obvious that the company Lissmac was also contacted. On the one hand, there was already a Lissmac system for deburring and rounding steel sheets with an existing SBM-L1500. They were satisfied with the technology. On the other hand, Lissmac is also a Plersch customer, because the Bad Wurzach-based machine builder obtains sheet metal components for its own machine production from Plersch. So they have known each other for many years, work together as partners and appreciate each other's competences. Higher quality in less time Initial discussions on the planned investment took place in 2017. At the end of 2018, the experts from Lissmac were then on site in Hawangen at Plersch to look at the production processes and propose a plant concept. The processes and also individual manufacturing steps of the parts and assemblies were thoroughly scrutinised. "Clear was: The material flow had to be optimised and in this context short "lay times" of the parts and short delivery times for the customers had to be realised. We also had to react to the topic of "high quality in less time", which is becoming more and more important," says the managing director, summarising a few basic requirements for the new plant technology. On the Lissmac side, Alexander Bochtler was in charge of the project from the beginning. Looking back, he says: "There were so many different requirements that had to be covered: many small parts, many large parts or also different requirements for the surface. This would not have been feasible with one machine. So the area sales manager for metal processing at Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH presented several systems from the Lissmac portfolio that are particularly suitable for individual applications. A detailed deburring concept was created for this purpose. This concept showed exactly which Lissmac system would be suitable for which parts and part requirements from the Plersch portfolio. Once the deburring concept was available, the Plersch decision-makers travelled to the Lissmac demonstration centre to put the proposed system technology through its paces. "Of course, we had a few surprises in the boot in addition to quite normal parts that are manufactured by us. In other words, parts that are quite a challenge to machine," Georg Plersch smiles today. These were parts that were very time-consuming and labour-intensive to process. Here, the new plant technology should achieve a significant improvement with high quality. "The deburring bottleneck should definitely be eliminated in our company," says Plersch.. And he goes on to say: "In our business, maximum flexibility in parts processing is required. That's what customers expect from us. We also pass this requirement on to the machine manufacturer." Detailed deburring concept was convincing In the end, Plersch decided on a machine package in March 2019, consisting of a total of three systems. Specifically, the SBM - L 2000 G1S2 grinding and deburring machine was purchased purely for stainless steel and aluminium operations. Plersch now uses this system to process formats from 150 mm x 50 mm to 1700 mm x 2500 mm. This unit deburrs the inner and outer contours on both sides. The manual preparation of these components that was previously necessary is completely eliminated with the new system and the parts are finished in one pass. The newly acquired SBM - XS 300 G1E1 is now used for the double-sided machining of vacuum-capable small parts, especially for components with batch sizes of 5000 pieces per month, as well as for other small parts in order to bypass vibratory grinding and thus significantly minimise the throughput time of these parts. With the acquisition of the third Lissmac machine, a single-sided SMD 545 RRRR with a working width of 1350 mm, it is now possible to achieve the highest quality surface grinding. This unit was specially designed for stainless steel operations. Appropriate use was also proposed for existing machines that were still in use at that time. And the new equipment could be installed as early as the end of 2019. Greater flexibility and more capacity options Plersch's main focus is to react flexibly to the customers' requirements. The company is broadly positioned in terms of both part geometry and materials. Steel, stainless steel and aluminum are processed and work is carried out for all sectors, from vehicle and machine construction to medical technology and energy technology. So the mini component for the electrical industry is machined in exactly the same way as the six-metres assembly - from one piece to several tens of thousands. With the new system technology from Lissmac, greater flexibility in order processing is now possible. For example, process times could be significantly reduced for laser punched parts that subsequently have to be deburred. The edge rounding of parts that are subsequently powder-coated and must therefore be burr-free to ensure optimum paint adhesion is now also much easier and, above all, process-reliable. Logistically, too, there was a reaction to the new technology: The processing of steel and stainless steel must be spatially separated so that there is no contamination. The internal logistics were adapted accordingly. Likewise for the processes that take place on the SMD 545, i.e. for the grinding of surfaces. The year 2019 has been a busy year for Plersch. The investment in the Lissmac plant package was extensive. In addition, a new production hall has created additional space capacity for existing production. And last but not least, the handover of the management from Robert Plersch to Georg Plersch marked another milestone in the company's history. "We wanted to set an example and show that we are setting the course for the future together," says Georg Plersch. Adherence to deadlines can be reliably ensured After the investment, it is now important for Plersch that support is ensured, that a contact person is quickly on hand when needed and that spare parts are also quickly available. It's about the overall concept, not just the pure investment. This is also important for Alexander Bochtler: "It was a great cooperation, characterised by exchange and dialogue. We were able to design efficient processes. But we don't just sell machines, we sell solutions - with time and machine life in mind." At Plersch in Hawangen, sustainable and attractive workplaces have also been created due to the investments in new plant technology and the ergonomics have been designed as optimally as possible for the employees. And what are Georg Plersch's wishes for the coming years? "Of course, healthy growth for our company and the opportunity to do quality work. But also more peace from the outside. When it comes to difficult issues like Corona, the energy crisis or the shortage of skilled workers, I would basically like to see more support for SMEs from our politicians," he says. Text Author:Annedore Bose-Munde, specialist journalist for technology and business in Erfurt, www.bose-munde.de All photos Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH
Excellence in floor preparation
LISSMAC's new series of floor grinding machines and floor milling machines Innovation is a trademark of LISSMAC. With the series of floor grinding and floor milling machines presented for the first time at Bauma 2022, the company is adding a new product field to its range. "As a leading manufacturer of floor saws, stone saws, wall saws, wire saws and core drills, we know how to build machines that reliably deliver top performance under the toughest conditions. Our new grinding and milling machines cover exactly the needs of professionals in floor preparation" says managing director Daniel Keller. Six grinding machines and three milling machines make up LISSMAC's powerful new product family, designed for a wide range of tillage tasks from quick-fix repairs to demanding large-scale operations. At the start of production, a comprehensive selection of tools is already available that are precisely matched to the machines and their intended use and ensure maximum efficiency and reliability. The all-in-one range is rounded off by the VACUUM-DRY industrial hoovers in two performance levels. Equipped with HEPA filters + PTFE, they meet dust class H and achieve air flows of 340 m³/h and 510 m³/h respectively. Smooth and non-slip - the new BSM floor grinding machinesWith six models ranging from 2.2 kW to 11 kW of high-torque electric power and working widths of 270 mm to 650 mm, the floor grinding machines from LISSMAC handle the majority of tasks that arise in professional floor preparation. The LISSMAC diamond tools, which are carefully matched to the machines in different grit sizes and segment hardnesses, produce first-class surfaces on floors such as concrete, screed or terrazzo and score points with long service lives. The stick roller system creates a roughened sansurface similar to shot peening. High-quality visible surfaces can be created or renovated in a short time with the diamond polishing pads. The LISSMAC PCD tools effectively remove adhesives, paints or coatings from surfaces.The handy floor sanding machine BSM 270 E with 2.2 kW 230 V motor and 270 mm working width inspires anew every day as a nimble allrounder for the high-abrasive subfloor preparation of floors. Super light, super powerful and super fast is the BSM 310 E with a particularly durable brushless 230 V motor, 310 mm working width and 38 kg operating weight. The BSM 340 E with its speed-regulated, 5.5 kW 400 V motor and 340 mm working width is recommended for coarse work with high removal rates. An economical solution for all cases, equally efficient for dry applications, is the BSM 450 E 3-disc sanding machine with an impressive 450 mm working width and 230 V motor with 2.2 kW. The BSM 525 E with its speed-regulated, 7.5 kW 400 V motor, trimmed for maximum performance, really puts the pressure on when it comes to demanding dry and wet sanding. The working width of the 3-disc sanding machine is 525 mm. Flagship performance on a 650 mm working width is delivered by the BSM 650 E with 11 kW engine, which powerfully pulls through the adjustable speed even on rough jobs. The weight of the heavy floor grinder is optimally balanced for high stock removal and energy-saving operation during long operations. All LISSMAC floor sanding machines are characterised by the fact that they are also ideally suited for work close to walls. Good from the ground up - the new BFM floor milling machinesWith cracks, blisters, chipping and increased susceptibility to weathering, the costly consequences of inadequate substrate preparation inevitably come to light sooner or later. The new LISSMAC floor milling machines produce a high adhesive tensile strength on concrete and screed surfaces and thus prepare the load-bearing basis for further floor construction. The powerful and robust machines compensate for height differences of up to 8 mm and efficiently remove adhesives, paints as well as foam residues from floors. Three practically graded machine sizes deliver solid performance day after day on 200 mm to 320 mm working widths. The LISSMAC tools, which are precisely tailored to the market requirements, convince with an attractive price-performance ratio, ensure first-class surface quality and guarantee long tool lives.The BFM 200 E proves itself as a compact universal machine, which, for all its manageability, also comes up trumps with performance and durability - the classic LISSMAC virtues. Driven by a 2.2 kW 230 V motor, it achieves milling depths of up to 2 mm with a working width of 200 mm. The BFM 250 E is still compact and easy to use, but is in a whole new performance class. Its 4 kW 400 V motor provides the power and endurance for demanding applications with a maximum milling depth of 5 mm over a working width of 250 mm. Large areas and the most demanding tasks are the métier of the BFM 320 E, the largest floor milling machine from LISSMAC with a working width of 320 mm, which can be converted to a diamond milling machine with 24 diamond blades in a short time. Driven by an 11 kW 400 V motor, it mills up to 8 mm deep on concrete C20/25 in one operation. Equipped with a stepless hydrostatic drive for forward and reverse travel, the ergonomically designed machine protects the operator's strength during continuous operation.
New site in France
We are very pleased to announce that from now on we can serve our French customers and prospects directly from France with a LISSMAC site in Colmar.The contact persons remain the same and will be happy to answer all questions. If you wish information material about our products, please contact directly our office in Colmar: LISSMAC COLMAR11 rue Mittlerweg68025 Colmar, France Phone (+33) 03 89 20 30 63Fax (+33) 03 89 20 43 79Email firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any questions or require individual advice, please do not hesitate to contact your local sales manager: Metal Processing Didier FinklerPhone (+33) 03 89 20 12 86Mobile (+33) 06 45 32 87 18Email email@example.com Construction Technology Anthony SimaoPhone (+33) 03 89 20 30 63Mobile (+33) 07 86 20 74 02Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Entgrat- und Richttechnik in einer Anlage vereint
At Euroblech, the two machine manufacturers LISSMAC and KOHLER showed a jointly developed system. It illustrates how the deburring and straightening processes can be optimally coordinated with each other and thus generate high efficiency potential for the overall process. The grinding, deburring and partial straightening of sheet metal parts are processes that usually go hand in hand. It is therefore a good thing if the competences are also combined in the development of the equipment. Against this background, LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH and KOHLER Maschinenbau GmbH have jointly developed a deburring-straightening line. The line combination, which was presented at Euroblech, consists of the SBM-L G1S2 1500 grinding and deburring machine from Lissmac and a Peak Performer parts leveler from KOHLER, according to a company release. The SBM-L series machines are basically suitable for double-sided processing of workpieces made of stainless steel, steel, aluminum or non-ferrous metals, it added. They were developed for deburring and edge rounding on both sides in a single operation and can be used for processing sheet metal parts, laser parts and stamped parts. The L series is equipped with three units each on the top and bottom sides. Workpieces can be machined on the top side, the bottom side or both sides as desired, sp the manufacturer. "Double-sided sheet metal processing and edge rounding in just one operation enables time savings of up to 60 percent compared to grinding machines that process on one side. It is also possible to connect automation solutions or integrate it into production lines without any problems. This is exactly what we have realized with our partner KOHLER," says Robert Dimmler, Sales Director Metal Processing at LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH. The integrated Peak Performer machine from KOHLER enables precise straightening and thus low-stress and flat sheets as well as part blanks, he adds. The system features a direct drive for the straightening rolls, which ensures greater energy efficiency, less wear and a higher straightenable cross-section, it adds. An advanced cleaning system enables easy cleaning of the straightening rolls and back-up rolls. In addition, the patented electromechanical straightening gap control ensures a reliably constant straightening gap, the likewise patented reversible straightening rolls ensure a longer service life, and extra-wide back-up rolls provide particularly stiff support for the straightening rolls, it adds. Source: blechnet
bauma Ausfahrt 2022
Saturday is always the most popular day for visitors during the bauma week. This year, a trip to bauma was organized by our works council on Saturday, October 29, 2022. Together a group of more than 50 colleagues started early in the morning by bus towards Munich. Of course, the LISSMAC booth was also visited to meet the colleagues on site and to marvel at our products. All in all it was a successful trip with many different impressions. Many thanks to the works council for the great organization! We are looking forward to the next bauma in three years.