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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. Since the company was simultaneously swamped with a flood of orders, the old machine had to continue producing for almost ten years. Now, the whole machine body of the tried-and-tested AMP 70 HFE quality press has been renewed – a major feat, which demanded top performance by all involved. Since spring 2021, the now thirty-year-old machine has been shining like new.
The Hatebur COLDmatic machines CM 625 and CM 725 will be offered in future with even more unused scopes: The Direct Drive in Combination with exisiting decentralizied drives of the CM 625/CM 725 offers savings potential.
The company Agrasen Eng. Industries Pvt Ltd. in Jaipur (India) to Hatebur's customers. With an installed capacity of 100 million bearing rings and automotive components per year, Agrasen's production facilities are among the most powerful in the industry.