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Hatebur had the opportunity to do an interview with Mr. Dominique Garbe, Plant Manager at LISI AUTOMOTIVE in Dasle/France.
The Hatebur HOTmatic AMP 20 N has replaced a 1976 Hatebur AMP 20 in the workshop of hot forging expert Metform, taking production to a whole new level.
In order for the high-performance Hatebur forming systems to produce parts smoothly in continuous operation, the movable functional units must always be lubricated. What a shame that afterwards the lubricating oil is waste oil. Now, with its new system for oil processing, Hatebur is providing an effective improvement.
With minimal use of raw materials, the greatest potential for cost savings on a forging and consistent component quality are achieved on Hatebur HOTmatic machines.
Collaboration in building electrical cabinets When two companies are consolidated, experts like to talk about synergies promising the best prospects.
Possible for large machines remotely too A Hatebur HOTmatic HM 75 XL horizontal forging machine is ready for its factory acceptance test at the Swiss assembly plant in Brugg.
An example of us overcoming obstacles related to the pandemic and current travel restrictions has been the recent use of smart helmets.
The core of every Hatebur forming machine is the PLC, the programmable logic controller.
As even long-lasting forging presses like a Hatebur AMP 70 HFE reach their output limits after 20 years, in 2011 GKN Driveline in Trier commissioned a new Hatebur HOTmatic HM 75 XL as a replacement.