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Confiamos en nuestra experiencia y competencia en el sistema. En este contexto, LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH comprende cuatro áreas de negocios: Construction Technology, Metal Processing, Plant Engineering y MT- Handling. Más de 400 trabajadores ubicados en cinco sedes en Alemania, Francia, los Estados Unidos y los Emiratos Árabes Unidos se preocupan en conseguir la máxima satisfacción para el cliente.

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LISSMAC Corporation abre una nueva oficina en Las Vegas

El 1 de enero de 2024, LISSMAC Corporation abrió oficialmente una nueva sucursal en Las Vegas, Nevada. Inicialmente, la oficina de Las Vegas servirá como ubicación de ventas y servicio para la costa sur y oeste de EE. UU. "La nueva oficina de Las Vegas es un paso importante para ampliar nuestras actividades de ventas y servicio en el suroeste", afirma Ingo Heiland, Vicepresidente de LISSMAC Corporation. "Las Vegas es un importante lugar de ferias para nosotros con World of Concrete, una importante feria anual de hormigón y albañilería, así como la exposición recurrente de la industria FABTECH. Además, Nevada está convenientemente situado en el suroeste y tiene un fuerte sector de fabricación y construcción en sí." LISSMAC Corporation se fundó en 2007 en Mechanicville, en el estado de Nueva York, y desde entonces atiende al mercado estadounidense con soluciones innovadoras y fiables en las divisiones de tecnología de la construcción y procesamiento de metales. Con 25 empleados, una sala de exposiciones para demostraciones en vivo, un equipo de servicio y su propio almacén de piezas de repuesto y mercancías, la sede de Mechanicville está perfectamente equipada para prestar asistencia a los clientes, desde el asesoramiento sobre aplicaciones hasta el servicio posventa. "El año que viene ampliaremos la oficina de Las Vegas y contrataremos más empleados para alcanzar el mismo nivel de servicio al cliente que en el norte del estado de Nueva York", explica Ingo Heiland. "El objetivo es llevar a cabo demostraciones de productos en la división de Procesamiento de Metales tanto a clientes de referencia de larga trayectoria en las proximidades como, a medio plazo, en nuestras propias instalaciones. Además, numerosos proyectos de construcción regionales nos permitirán hacer demostraciones de nuestros productos de ingeniería civil", añade Norbert Zell, Director de la sucursal de Las Vegas. La nueva oficina está situada a ocho kilómetros del aeropuerto y frente al estadio Allegiant, sede de la Super Bowl LVIII en febrero de 2024.A partir del 1 de enero de 2024, LISSMAC Corporation contará con una sucursal satélite que dará servicio al suroeste y la costa oeste de EE.UU. desde la nueva ubicación: LISSMAC Corporation Satellite Branch 3175 W Ali Baba Ln Suite 806 Las Vegas, NV 89118 USA

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DIN 18220: A MILESTONE FOR FIBER OPTIC EXPANSION

DIN 18220 COMES INTO FORCEOn 28.07.2023, "DIN 18220:2023-08. Trenching, milling and ploughing methods for laying empty conduit infrastructures and fiber optic cables for telecommunications networks" was adopted. The document was ceremoniously handed over at an event on the gigabit strategy of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV). According to Section 126 of the German Telecommunications Act (TKG), it is to be applied uniformly by all parties involved as a recognized technical rule from the time of publication. DIN 18220 is intended to contribute to the cost-effective acceleration and, above all, high-quality implementation of fiber optic expansion. It defines clear conditions for use and implementation and sets the legal framework for achieving a milestone in broadband and fiber optic expansion. DIN 18220 increases investment security for all parties involved, especially for telecommunications companies. To date, there have been neither standardized framework conditions nor uniform principles for the application of the trenching method. Up to now, most municipalities have mainly chosen the open construction method as the laying method for fiber optic expansion, as the minimum overlap had to be at least 60 cm before the standard. Since 2012, the TKG has permitted the use of shallow laying (trenching, shallow laying methods), which also includes non-standardized methods such as trenching. However, the process has so far had difficulty establishing itself on the market. This is primarily due to legal uncertainties for all parties involved. These are inevitably associated with the lack of binding technical specifications, in the form of a binding standard, for the use of such alternative laying methods. The difficulty lay in particular in differences between road construction authorities, contractors and telecommunications companies regarding the specific execution and implementation. As a result, there were delays in the expansion of the fiber optic infrastructure. THIS CHANGES WITH THE NEW DIN 18220Up to now, most local authorities have mainly chosen the open construction method as the laying method for fiber optic expansion, as the minimum cover had to be at least 60 cm before the standard was introduced. DIN 18220 now regulates laying methods for reduced construction depths, including diamond trenching from LISSMAC (38 cm laying depth)."With DIN 18220, fiber optic installation will not only be easier in the future, but also of higher quality, faster, more cost-effective and more resource-efficient. DIN 18220 creates the necessary legal certainty and investment security for all parties involved," said BMDV State Secretary Stefan Schnorr, describing the importance of the new standard. WHAT DIN 18220 MEANS FOR LISSMACLISSMAC has been active in diamond trenching for around 10 years. Due to our experience in the field of joint cutting, we are a long-standing member of the VDMA (German Engineering Federation) and were involved in the creation of the standard as a member of the standardization committee. We are very pleased about the recognition of the alternative laying methods for fiber optic expansion, including LISSMAC diamond trenching, as the standard creates clarity for the construction industry, all municipalities, communities and telecommunications companies. Find out more about diamond trenching following DIN 18220 with LISSMAC.  Read further background information to DIN 18220 (german). Watch the full video "Glasfaser ohne Einblasen" together with Telekom (with english subtitles).

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Fiabilidad del proceso gracias a dos nuevos sistemas de rectificado y desbarbado

Un chapista suizo invirtió en dos sistemas de rectificado y desbarbado. Se utilizan para la eliminación de rebabas secundarias y para un acabado superficial óptimo. Las compras de sustitución se centraron en la flexibilidad, el aumento de la eficacia y la fiabilidad del servicio.Texto: Annedore Bose-MundeUlrich Oppliger AG, de la localidad suiza de Lyssach, lleva 54 años cosechando éxitos en el mercado. La principal especialidad de la empresa es el procesamiento de chapas metálicas - desde el plegado, el punzonado y el corte por láser hasta la soldadura, el rectificado y el desbarbado. Se procesan prototipos, artículos individuales o en serie. Marc Burkhalter forma parte de la empresa desde hace nueve años. Al principio trabajó como director de operaciones durante dos años. Luego se puso al frente del negocio de manos de su suegro, propietario de la empresa, y ahora es director general desde hace siete años. Es consciente de la importancia de la calidad de las piezas. La empresa ha invertido ahora en dos nuevos sistemas Lissmac para garantizar esto y poder producir de forma más eficaz y fiable en el futuro. Uno de los motivos de esta inversión fue una pieza de un cliente que experimentaba repetidamente un problema técnico durante la producción. Desde hace varios años, Oppliger fabrica componentes para bandejas de esterilización destinadas a empresas que desarrollan y comercializan material quirúrgico, que posteriormente se utiliza en el prequirófano para preparar el instrumental operatorio.  Oppliger da un acabado superficial personalizado a las piezas troqueladas que el cliente  procesa posteriormente mediante un rectificado ulterior. Y aquí es exactamente donde apareció el problema: una rebaba secundaria. A ello hay que añadir que el cliente pedía cantidades cada vez mayores.El servicio es un criterio de decisión importante A menudo, la rebaba secundaria tenía que rectificarse a mano. Además, el antiguo sistema se sobrecargaba con frecuencia. En 2018 se alcanzó el límite. "La reiterada insatisfacción con la calidad de los componentes y la laboriosa reelaboración manual de los mismos no convencían ni al cliente ni a nosotros. Al fin y al cabo, un acabado superficial preciso y un procesamiento posterior limpio son elementos indispensables para los artículos médicos. Teníamos que actuar", recuerda Marc Burkhalter. Por tanto, era necesaria una solución eficaz. Los requisitos de calidad se definieron junto con el cliente antes de la nueva adquisición. Oppliger también analizó hasta qué punto la inversión sería rentable a largo plazo. Se dio la aplicación específica para los equipos que se iban a adquirir, por lo que se ultimaron rápidamente los datos clave de la nueva máquina: tenía que ser un sistema compacto porque el espacio disponible en la sala era limitado. Y Marc Burkhalter señala otro aspecto decisivo: "Para mí era importante tener una persona de contacto para el área de rectificado. También quería colaborar en este punto con nuestro socio de servicios Wolfgang Kohler, con el que llevamos mucho tiempo trabajando. Con ellos la comunicación funciona, el servicio funciona y el suministro rápido de piezas de recambio está garantizado". WKS GmbH - Wolfgang Kohler Service GmbH, con sede en Bad-Zurzach, Suiza, es una empresa de servicio y venta especializada en enderezadoras y desbarbadoras. Su cartera también incluye los sistemas de Lissmac.Máquina universal para la eliminación de rebabasEl proceso de decisión fue rápido. Se fijaron la gama de piezas y las condiciones de espacio. Y así, en 2020, el chapista suizo optó por un sistema de lijado en seco SBM-M 1000 S2 de Lissmac. La rectificadora y desbarbadora es una máquina universal de nivel básico para eliminar las rebabas de corte de las piezas láser y troqueladas. Las piezas de chapa metálica reciben también un acabado superficial óptimo. Bertrand Laroche es director de ventas del área de procesamiento de metales de Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH. Él ha sido parte del proceso. "La SBM-M 1000 S2 es una máquina funcional en términos de diseño y funcionamiento. El sistema era perfecto para el uso que se le iba a dar en Oppliger", señala. Gracias a las dos correas contrarrotantes y al procesamiento a doble cara, no es necesario volver a introducir las piezas. Además, se necesita menos espacio. Por tanto, el tipo de máquina se decidió rápidamente. Tras una visita al centro de demostración de Lissmac en Bad Wurzach, únicamente se adaptaron el diseño del sistema y el sistema de extracción y se especificó el grano abrasivo. A continuación se adquirió la rectificadora y desbarbadora, que se instaló en 2020. "Nuestro cliente está satisfecho. Desde que se utiliza el nuevo sistema, no ha habido más problemas con la rebaba secundaria. La calidad de la superficie también ha mejorado algo gracias al fino grano abrasivo", afirma entusiasmado Marc Burkhalter. Inicialmente, la nueva planta se utilizó exclusivamente para producir piezas para el fabricante de instrumental médico. Mientras tanto, también se utiliza para otras aplicaciones, especialmente para piezas que deben mecanizarse por ambos lados. Se trata principalmente de piezas industriales de chapa fina de acero inoxidable. La SBM-M 1000 S2 se centra en la eliminación de bordes afilados de piezas finas de acero inoxidable a bajo coste y con un bajo consumo de energía. "Esta ha sido el primer encargo de Lissmac a la empresa de Lyssach. Es estupendo que hayamos podido colocar aquí este concepto de sistema, que lleva mucho tiempo probándose en el mercado", afirma convencido Bertrand Laroche, director de ventas del área.La cinta Powergrip garantiza eficacia y flexibilidad Un año después, tocaba otra sustitución. El sistema anterior era poco fiable, tenía un alto riesgo de avería y las piezas de repuesto eran difíciles de conseguir. Además, también había que desbarbar las piezas más pequeñas. Oppliger echó un vistazo a las ferias habituales. Y sabiendo que Lissmac también fabrica sistemas en este segmento, la empresa suiza se dirigió al fabricante de maquinaria de Bad Wurzach de forma específica. Se ultimaron los datos clave del nuevo sistema: procesamiento de la gama más amplia posible de piezas de acero inoxidable, es decir, un alto grado de flexibilidad. Y una vez más, tenía que ser lo más pequeño posible. Además de las funcionalidades establecidas, la relación calidad-precio debe ser correcta y los plazos de entrega, aceptables. Además, Wolfgang Kohler Service GmbH volvería a participar como socio. Marc Burkhalter se decidió por la desbarbadora SMD 123 RE. Lo más destacado técnicamente del sistema es también la cinta Powergrip, sobre la que reposan las piezas durante el procesado y se mantienen en su sitio gracias a la gran fuerza adhesiva y sin necesidad de imán ni vacío. "Somos los únicos del sector que trabajamos con una cinta transportadora como esta. Esto significa que: se requiere una mayor labor de consultoría de cara al cliente que con otras tecnologías conocidas", afirma Bertrand Laroche. Sin embargo, la cinta Powergrip no solo es flexible, sino también muy eficiente desde el punto de vista del consumo energético. El vacío, añade Laroche, es ruidoso, por ejemplo, requiere mucha energía y no es adecuado para todas las geometrías de piezas. Marc Burkhalter está satisfecho con la tecnología, que funciona de forma fiable desde su instalación. El nuevo sistema se utilizará para fabricar piezas más pequeñas para una amplia gama de sectores industriales, así como piezas para las que el aspecto visual desempeña un papel importante y un buen acabado superficial. Eficacia y estabilidad para el futuroOppliger, uno de los primeros operadores de láser de Suiza, fabrica para clientes industriales de muy diversos sectores. Actualmente se procesan unas 600 toneladas de chapa de acero, de las que alrededor del 50 % son de acero y el otro 50 % de acero inoxidable. De cara al futuro, el director general Burkhalter afirma: "Sería bueno mantener la situación actual. Contamos con un crecimiento saludable, maquinaria a medida, automatización y la experiencia necesaria para atender a una amplia gama de clientes. Los procesos ajustados también son importantes: hay que aumentar la eficiencia en todos los ámbitos, tanto en la oficina como en la producción". Laroche, director de ventas del área, también mira hacia el futuro: "Queremos apoyar a nuestros clientes con abrasivos más eficientes en el futuro. Lissmac está trabajando en ello junto con los fabricantes de abrasivos. Con ello se pretende mejorar y optimizar el rendimiento de la máquina, es decir, aumentar la calidad y las prestaciones. Y con vistas a una tecnología de sistemas adecuada, también se están implantando cada vez más los temas del mantenimiento a distancia y la digitalización".  Contacto:      Ulrich Oppliger AGMarc BurkhalterIndustriestrasse 23421 Lyssach, Schweizwww.uoppligerag.ch *** Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbHBertrand LarocheLanzstraße 488410 Bad Wurzachwww.lissmac.com Autor del texto:Annedore Bose-Mundetecnología y empresa en Erfurt www.bose-munde.de                   

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LISSMAC AND KUHLMEYER FORM AN ALLIANCE FOR THE FUTURE

LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH from Bad Wurzach, Germany and Kuhlmeyer Maschinenbau GmbH from Bad Oeynhausen, Germany agree: Together we are stronger and can better serve the market for sheet metal working machines. Since July 1, 2023, both companies have launched a sales and service cooperation in which LISSMAC co-represents and services Kuhlmeyer solutions. Since 2003, LISSMAC have been setting standards in the processing of two-dimensional plate material and sheet metal with a range of specially developed, patented steel brushing, grinding and deburring machines. In particular, LISSMAC machines for double-sided processing of internal and external contours in a single pass are in high demand, as they save both processing time and energy costs compared with single-sided machining. Kuhlmeyer on the other hand can look back on fifty years of innovation and specializes in machine construction for surface finishing, deburring, weld seam preparation and edge bevelling of three-dimensional sheet metal workpieces or large-format plate material. "What unites LISSMAC and Kuhlmeyer are the same values and similar corporate philosophies" says Daniel Keller, Managing Director of LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH. "We share the same solution focus and continuously strive to optimize our machines. The customers and their needs are always our highest priority." LISSMAC can rely on a worldwide network of dealers and a broad-based sales team, thus opening up new markets with Kuhlmeyer products. "Through the sales and service cooperation with LISSMAC, we can gain more proximity to the customer and serve markets more efficiently," explains Ralf Wallmeyer, Managing Director of Kuhlmeyer Maschinenbau GmbH. To underline the cooperation, both companies will exhibit together at Schweissen & Schneiden, the world's leading trade fair for joining, cutting and coating technology, which will be held in Essen, Germany from 11 to 15 September 2023. Interested parties are warmly invited to get to know both companies and find out about their product and service portfolios. Solutions for processing plate material, sheet metal and three-dimensional sheet metal parts will be presented in Hall 6, Booth 6F20. Left to right: Ralf Wallmeyer, Managing Director Kuhlmeyer Maschinenbau GmbH; Robert Dimmler, Sales Director Metal Processing LISSMAC Maschinenbau GmbH; Friedrich Kuhlmeyer, Managing Director and CEO Kuhlmeyer Maschinenbau GmbH.  Author: Annedore Bose-Munde

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Appreciation For Sheet Metal Processing

Six years ago, an entrepreneur started a company in Bad Salzuflen, Germany. His business was industrial sheet metal and metal processing. By investing in new plant technology and setting up a second stainless steel production company four years later, he was pursuing clear goals: consistent material separation, high quality and satisfied customers. Text: Annedore Bose-Munde   Blechwerk Bürger GmbH is a classic supplier. In addition to the laser-edged part, with or without edge rounding, the portfolio also includes the production of complete assemblies, from welded components with powder coating to final assembly. Focusing on individual customer care and cooperation at eye level, the company also operates beyond the borders of East Westphalia. Markus Bürger founded the sheet metal plant in Bad Salzuflen in 2017. The Lico Metall Design GmbH & Co KG was then founded in 2021, the company moved to its new location in Werther in the autumn of 2022 and production started here in January 2023. There are quite pragmatic reasons for the two locations. On the one hand it is the focus on the material and on the other hand on the clientele. While Blechwerk Bürger specialises in the processing of carbon steel, Lico specialises in the processing of stainless steel and therefore in the purity of the processing. In addition, the two locations also address different customers and cover two sales channels. "Both locations are 25 kilometres away from each other, about a 30 minute drive. As a result, we are sometimes in touch with completely different customers. In addition, with Lico we want to make consistent use of the potential of the stainless steel market," says Markus Bürger, Managing Director of Lico. Successive investments were made in various plant technologies with the establishment of the new sheet metal plant and later with the launch of Lico. The first double-sided Lissmac machine was purchased shortly after starting up in 2018: an SBM-M 900 S2. "This was a small, handy and financially manageable deburring machine. After this was busy in two shifts, we invested in another Lissmac plant in 2022. We wanted to optimize the process and make it more efficient,“ says Bürger, looking back. With the deburring machine SBM-L 1500 G1S2 not only a larger range of parts could be processed. The feed and discharge conveyor also significantly increased the effectiveness in processing.  Ensuring high quality from the outset was important to Bürger. Especially with laser-cut parts, customers should not receive parts with burrs as a result of the process. The parts are thus prepared for any subsequent processes such as welding or coating. Two-Sided Processing In One Operation Was The Door Opener When purchasing the plant technology, Bürger has already taken a pragmatic approach at the start of the company. For example, the proximity to the Lissmac location in Beckum was important to him. There he identified suitable machines that met his requirements and key specifications.  Dirk Schürstedt, Area Sales Manager Metal Processing at Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH, demonstrated to him the possibilities of the grinding and deburring machine SBM-M S2. The system can be used for flexible edge rounding. High process efficiency and time savings are achieved by processing the inner and outer contours on both sides in one operation. The plant was available at short notice and so they did not think twice. "I decide quickly when I have a good feeling," says Markus Bürger. "It's not just the chemistry that's right here. I was convinced by the proximity to Lissmac. And of course, the two-sided processing principle as well as the technical possibilities offered by the system and, ultimately, the short delivery time.“ When purchasing the second system, which became necessary due to the increased order volume, the focus was then again on a Lissmac system. Compared to the first purchase, the SBM-M S2, is the deburring machine SBM-L 1500 is now significantly larger. In addition to the working width of 1500 millimeters, which can cover a wider range of parts and thus better serve customer requirements, Bürger also expects cost savings in abrasives in the future. In addition, several parts can be placed on simultaneously by the upstream and downstream conveyor belts. This means a significant simplification of work for the employees. An additional sanding belt also allows the burrs created during laser cutting to be reworked more efficiently. With his two companies, Markus Bürger is a satisfied Lissmac customer. In terms of technology and in terms of service, which reacts very quickly when problems arise. Lissmac will also be on board for a new planned project. "From autumn 2023, the laser parts produced on a new Tru Laser 5030 with fibre technology will be transferred via an Astes sorting system directly to a Lissmac double belt grinder, where the grinding process will start automatically," says Bürger. He is confident about the order book, sees great potential in the technology and is looking forward to implementing the fully automated process.Second customer base generated through consistent material separation Separating materials has always been and still is a key issue in sheet metal working. Originally, both the steel division and the stainless steel division were located in Bad Salzuflen. But Bürger was not satisfied with the solution. Different quantities are processed in the steel segment than in the stainless steel segment. The processing of the parts is different and, of course, the purity and processing quality of the stainless steel parts is also important. Especially when parts are used for food processing equipment or medical technology, this is an important point. In order to avoid complex material segregation in the processing of the various parts and in all logistical processes, Markus Bürger decided to set up Lico Metall Design.  "In mixed production, the error rate is significantly higher. Of course, despite all the care taken, metal dust can be carried away or parts can become contaminated with oils or fats," says Bürger. That's why he decided to completely separate the two materials physically. This way, he could achieve 100% added value and increase customer acceptance. That was the right decision, because with Lico a new and separate second customer group will be opened up. The newly founded Lico now concentrates on the production of high-quality stainless steel components - also with a view to the assembly production located in the group of companies. Markus Bürger had been planning to further expand the stainless steel sector for quite some time. And so he was looking for the right property, a suitable managing director and co-shareholder as well as the right technology. Although it took some time to find a suitable property and a suitable managing director for Lico before Bürger was satisfied with the solutions, the decision in favour of Lissmac technology was a quick one. At the Lico site in Werther there is a SMD 123 RE dry grinding system. It is used for deburring and the uniform edge rounding of all workpiece edges on the outer and inner contours on all sides, as well as for an optimal surface finish of the stainless steel parts. In addition, there is an SBM-M 1500 for rounding edges at the location.Achieving Greater Awareness For Suppliers Especially in the field of sheet metal processing, a lot of money is invested in plant technology. Suppliers and contract manufacturers must also consistently perform quality work in order to be able to survive. But the way Markus Bürger is perceived in the marketplace is often a little hard to come by. That's why he wants more appreciation for his companies, but also for the industry. "The sheet metal processing industry does a lot. The potential here is huge: new technologies, complex automation and numerous perspectives," says Bürger. And this is exactly what he sees as a perspective for his companies. "It is important to me to run a healthy company, to place it on the market and to keep it there, and also to work with good employees, suppliers and customers on an equal footing".  Dirk Schürstedt from the plant manufacturer Lissmac also appreciates this honesty at eye level. "Markus Bürger tells me directly what he expects from a machine and what could be improved if necessary. This open communication definitely drives us and means a challenge that we need,“ he says. One thing is certain: Here the mutual appreciation is given - at eye level.  

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Messeherbst 2023

Feria de otoño 2023 - Aquí nos encontrará

El otoño es una época del año importante para nosotros, como todos los años, normalmente marcada por las grandes ferias de nuestros segmentos de negocio. Este año, la unidad de negocio de Procesamiento de Metales tiene dos citas importantes: Schweißen & Schneiden en Essen del 11.09. al 15.09.2023 y Blechexpo en Stuttgart del 07.11. al 10.11.2023.  En Schweißen und Schneiden, la atención se centrará en la chapa gruesa. En el pabellón 6, stand 6F20, presentaremos nuestra rectificadora y desbarbadora de doble cara SBM-XL 1500 G2S2 y nuestra SMD 3 P-Edition. De este modo, los visitantes podrán informarse sobre los distintos procesos de mecanizado con diferentes unidades y encontrar la máquina adecuada para su empresa. Además, también expondremos otros productos de nuestra cartera con la SBM-L 1500 y la SMD 123 RE. Como plato fuerte especial, también encontrará en nuestro stand productos de nuestro socio Kuhlmeyer Maschinenbau GmbH. Como ya anunciamos, a partir del 1 de julio de 2023 estableceremos una cooperación conjunta en materia de ventas y servicios, y queremos subrayarlo con nuestra presencia conjunta en la feria.  En la Blechexpo de Stuttgart, la feria internacional más importante del sur de Alemania, también estaremos representados con una amplia selección de nuestra gama de productos y servicios. Desde chapa gruesa a chapa fina, desde mecanizado a una cara a mecanizado a doble cara, ya sean piezas pequeñas o piezas grandes y pesadas: ofrecemos la solución adecuada para cada aplicación y adaptamos nuestros servicios exactamente a sus necesidades. Visítenos en el pabellón 5, stand 5301, nuestros compañeros estarán encantados de ayudarle como expertos en el procesado de chapa. Pero para mostrar nuestra presencia también en otros mercados y ahorrar a nuestros clientes largos desplazamientos, este año estaremos de nuevo en Metavak en Gorinchem del 10.10. al 12.10.2023. En el stand D122 daremos a conocer nuestra SMD 335 REE S-Edition y nuestra SBM-L 1500 G1S2, representante de los modelos de las series SMD 3 y SBM. Nos complace comenzar con una sólida red de ventas, servicio y herramientas y, junto con Sibotech B.V. y REW/Slijpexpert, podremos satisfacer todas las demandas de nuestros clientes.

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LISSMAC - Tag der Ausbildung 2023

LISSMAC - Apprenticeship Day 2023

La formación y los estudios comienzan en 2024: El pasado miércoles y viernes, alumnos y padres tuvieron la oportunidad de conocer mejor LISSMAC en el marco de las jornadas de formación. Tras una bienvenida, comenzamos con una visita conjunta a la empresa. Junto con sus instructores, los aprendices presentaron su trabajo diario y las diferentes profesiones de aprendizaje. Los interesados pudieron obtener información práctica sobre LISSMAC y el inicio de las prácticas y los estudios en 2024. Haga clic aquí para consultar las ofertas de empleo actuales:  ¡Esperamos recibir numerosas solicitudes!

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New Grinding And Deburring Machine For The Deutsche Bahn Bridge Workshop

The DB Bahnbau Group is the full-service provider for railway infrastructure. In the bridge workshop (Brückenwerkstatt) in Dresden, almost everything revolves around steel railway bridges. In order to be able to operate economically and in line with quality standards, the bridge workshop invested in new plant technology. Text: Annedore Bose-Munde   The Brückenwerkstatt Dresden specialises in the design, manufacture and assembly of steel and bridge construction. The portfolio includes everything from the planning and manufacture to the installation of bridges, steel structures, construction aids and railway embankment culverts. Against the background of increasing quality requirements, the topics of rounding and edge breaking have become increasingly important in recent years. At a sharp edge, the corrosion protection system breaks down first and. the longevity of the engineering structures must be ensured. Manual editing cannot reliably guarantee reliable and repeatable quality. Roland Möbius is responsible for cutting and says at the Brückenwerkstatt Dresden: "In 2018, a new DB Netz guideline came out that is based on EN DIN 10/90 -, a European standard that is generally valid for static load-bearing components. The internal standard regulates the preparation and further processing of welded products, e.g. the degree of purity of the sheet metal and how the edges are to be rounded. Here it is required that all edges with radius 2 mm should be rounded." Reliable edge rounding with radius 2 This was the specific point where action had to be taken. Up to this point, deburring and edge rounding was mainly done manually. A technical solution had to be found. There was also the issue of employee health, as the strenuous and repetitive nature of the work was compounded by the dust generated by grinding. "We knew that we wanted and needed to change something. So we gradually started looking at filleting machines. We clearly defined our requirements for the new machine and looked at what machines were available on the market," says Uwe Träber. He is the workshop manager and thus responsible for the execution of production and the machine processes. After a great deal of research, the bridge workshop sent samples to a number of equipment suppliers, where the appropriate tests were carried out. And finally, they also consulted a business partner - Mende Industrieprodukte e.K. from Wolkenstein in the Erzgebirge district of Saxony. The company advises on abrasives, deburring and polishing agents, stainless steel and surface technology, aluminium, copper and brass processing, and then supplies the components, -as it did for the bridge workshop in Dresden. Kerstin Kunze, owner of Mende Industrieprodukte, looks after the abrasives here. So she also knew the topic of edge rounding 2 mm, which came up again in 2018. Kunze also works very closely with Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH in Bad Wurzach and has thus also been able to establish contact with the bridge workshop. Discussions on the requirements for the parts will take place in 2019 and the first parts will be machined in 2020. How should the processing be done? Should it be machined on both sides or on one side? Is the result of the rounding good? Which of the Lissmac systems can best meet the requirements? Kerstin Kunze and Dirk Schürstedt shed light on all these questions with a view to the sample parts of the bridge workshop. "We then made a recommendation for an SMD 3 P edition. The universal grinding and deburring machine was specially designed for thick sheet metal processing and delivers very high performance in edge rounding up to a 2 mm radius due to maximum tool contact with the components. In addition, the upstream mechanical removal of slag from plasma and oxyfuel cut parts is effective and reduces tooling costs," says Schürstedt. He is Area Sales Manager Metal Processing at Lissmac. And Schürstedt also mentions a challenge that had to be overcome in the whole decision-making process: "The trials took place as the pandemic peaked. Due to Corona restrictions at the time, personal visits were not possible. We presented, discussed and clarified a lot online. The actual part machining, however, took place on site at Lissmac. The parts were then shipped for that." Results of the sample edits were evaluated All sample processing results were evaluated by the in-house quality assurance department. The DB Bahnbau Group, and thus also the Brückenwerkstatt Dresden, ultimately opted for the recommended SMD 3 P edition, i.e. for the machine that best covers the requirements portfolio. The plant was delivered in December 2021 and commissioned in January 2022. Andreas Naumann has been head of the Brückenwerkstatt Dresden since January 2022 and is responsible for the Brückenwerkstatt as a whole. He is satisfied with the decision to use Lissmac technology. "The overall concept, both technically and commercially, fits. In addition, Lissmac is a reliable partner, also with regard to service," he says. One thing is certain: What the Lissmac machine does today was previously done manually-, with a lot of manpower and material. The aim was to automate processes to make them faster and more economical. In addition, the high cost of personnel was to be reduced and the quality to be mapped was to be comprehensible. All this has been achieved. Roland Möbius, in whose area of responsibility the machine is located, says: "Our employees confirm that the use of the new grinding and deburring machine makes their work much easier: in terms of dirt, in terms of reduced noise and also in terms of processes that now run more efficiently". Andreas Naumann underlines this: "It's faster, the quality is very good and comprehensible. In addition, preliminary processes such as edge rounding have always been a bottleneck for us. So the increased output also helps us to organise the whole process better. To further optimise the process, a student trainee is currently investigating the individual system and process parameters. Traditional Company Is Well Positioned Questions in the start-up phase could be clarified quickly. "The sheets that are processed vary in terms of height or curvature, for example. Here it is important that we have gained experience and were able to get information from Dirk Schürstedt and Kerstin Kunze," says Uwe Träber. It is mainly steel parts that are machined in a wide range of dimensions, starting with parts of approximately 100 mm x 100 mm up to dimensions in the range of 2 to 3 metres. These are both individual parts and small to medium quantities. "Our utilisation rate is very good. Our employees are satisfied. The spectrum on which we work is dependent on the task at hand. We act in a completely flexible and variable way. These are almost always individual parts. Their shape and dimensions are unique. Whether web parts for girders or bulkheads- from the door handle to the entire bridge, we can process everything," Naumann gives an overview. DB Bahnbau Gruppe GmbH, to which the Dresden Bridge Workshop belongs, is a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn - the Dresden site is a department of the Special Construction Division. The DB Bahnbau Group employs around 3,600 people in Germany; there are more than 100 in the Dresden bridge workshop.

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LISSMAC presents grinding and milling machines at EPF

For the twelfth time, the flooring industry met from June 22 to June 24, 2023, to experience what is state-of-the-art in the fields of screed, parquet and tile. Around 150 exhibitors - including many first-time exhibitors - presented strong machinery, aggregates, products, accessories and services for screed, screed laying, floor coverings, floor finishing and tools to around 4,400 trade visitors in an exhibition area covering approximately 10,000 m². Expert lectures and two evening events, as well as the presentation of the German Screed Award, rounded out the trade show offerings and once again made the trade show attractive for numerous trade visitors. A high presence of decision-makers in the industry is also shown by the result of the exhibitor survey: around 75% of exhibitors were not only able to present their products and cultivate existing customers during the trade fair, but also to establish promising new business relationships. "Especially the high quality and the competencies of the trade visitors were fed back to us by the exhibitors in the first feedback rounds as very positive," says the managing director of the Bayerische BauAkademie, Dipl.-Ing. FH Gabriela Gottwald. "Many first-time exhibitors were also surprised by the high number of trade visitors and decision-makers at the fair, and we already have initial bookings for the next Estrich Parkett Fliese trade fair." [Excerpt from the official press release of Bayerische Bauakademie] LISSMAC was also there for the first time this year to present the grinding and milling technology newly added to the product range. After the machines for floor preparation were already well received by visitors at bauma 2022, we took the opportunity to exhibit at a trade fair specifically for this sector. Our booth was rounded off by some classics: floor saws, core drilling equipment and our LIBELT conveyor belt - equipment that is also used in demolition and building renovation. The live demonstrations in the open area of the site were particularly well received. During the entire process from initial information to the purchase decision, seeing and experiencing the products offers an enormous advantage. We at LISSMAC attach great importance to this. For this reason, we are offering training days for grinding and milling machines and floor saws at our Beckum site in September. Further information will follow. Click here for the assortment.

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Excursión a la quesería Vogler

Si pasas a formar parte del equipo de LISSMAC, no sólo te esperan tareas apasionantes y variadas, sino también numerosas ventajas, como actividades conjuntas con los compañeros. ¡Hacer carrera en LISSMAC es divertido! El jueves 30.03.2023 visitamos después del trabajo la quesería Vogler, la más conocida de la zona. Después de vestirnos con gorros y abrigos, el propio quesero nos hizo una visita guiada. Nos inició en los secretos de la quesería y nos explicó el proceso de producción y almacenamiento del queso. Aprendimos más sobre las diferencias entre el queso duro, semiduro y blando y luego nos permitieron probar las distintas variedades. En total, se producen unas 20 variedades diferentes, ¡dependiendo de la temporada! De suaves a picantes, había para todos los gustos. La tertulia estaba garantizada en el acogedor "Sennerstüble". Como siempre, la excursión fue un éxito, así que ya estamos esperando la próxima actividad conjunta con nuestros colegas. Si tú también quieres formar parte de nuestro equipo, ¡presenta tu candidatura ahora en LISSMAC!

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