Technology Presentations

High-tensile materials, demanding machining requirements, complex geometries
and highly compact workpiece designs – the demands made on the metalworking
industry are constantly increasing. Classical machining processes – such as turning,
milling and grinding – are now frequently reaching the limits of their capacity. How
efficient are technologies like electro-chemical machining, heat shrink assembly,
or production laser welding? We have prepared technology presentations for you,
which show you the range and possibilities for the use of these technologies.

ECM/PECM Technology

During the electro-chemical process an electrolyte solution flows between the workpiece (the positive anode) and the tool (the negative cathode). Metal ions dissolve from the workpiece, until the required component contour is achieved. This produces maximum quality surface finishes – with no burr formation or changes to the material’s microstructure, and with the lowest possible roughness values.

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Induction Hardening

With induction hardening the heat is introduced into the respective workpiece per induction from eddy currents. Only the parts of the component to be hardened are heated, i.e. a small edge area with a depth of just a few millimeters. This enables a fast preheating process (less than a second, depending on the component), and therefore fast cycle times.

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Induction hardening

Laser welding

Laser Welding

EMAG Automation is one of the first companies ever to use a solid-state laser as the source for its laser welding machines. The use of these modern laser sources enables significant savings potential from both energy consumption and equipment footprint. At the same time the machining quality and speed increases with the use of solid-state laser technology.

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Heat Shrink Assembly

EMAG’s thermal joining process combines flexibility and productivity, and enables the solid connection of components through force fitting alone. The freedom generated here in construction and production terms is accompanied by a short cycle time. Fitting the assembly machine with several preheating units means the technology can be optimally configured for different applications.

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Heat Shrink Assembly

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