Also in uncertain times Firner Trautwein® continues to invest in innovative manufacturing technologies at both plants. For the machining of lead-free materials the machinery was renewed not only in the field of rotary transfer machines but as well in the area of CNC production. Whereas it was invested in additional straight turning lathes with high pressure units at the Dunningen plant the new WINEMA RV10 forms the new core of the machining of lead-free brass materials for customers in the field of electrical engineering at the Zeil site.
As a rotary transfer machine assembled with CNC units the RV10 combines a highly efficient production with tight tolerances and lead-free alloys due to its compact construction. „This power package – equipped with 80 bar high pressure units – enables the most efficient production in compliance with the requirements of REACh and RoHS“ raves factory manager Sebastian Foltes about his new machine.
A further step towards preservation of the economic efficiency of our production processes in Germany as a location for industry.