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Machine acceptance at transfluid was transmitted to China via streaming

A client from the Chinese railway industry was recently on site at transfluid in Schmallenberg - digitalisation made it possible. With his new machine of type DB 642-CNC-VE, the client has opted for proven and ultra-modern transfluid quality, which will be used in China in the future. Due to the current corona situation, the client was unable to travel there. The experts from transfluid mastered this challenge digitally: The acceptance was carried out by transfluid employees and streamed to China. Subsequently, shipment was arranged (photo).

The CNC mandrel bending machine with fully-automatic control type DB 642-CNC-VE with 3 levels is equipped with a chain conveyor and loading handling. The automatic loading of tubes up to 3.000 mm and the manual loading of tubes up to 4.500 mm is possible without problems.

Due to the special situation, the machine acceptance was carried out digitally.Due to the special situation, the machine acceptance was carried out digitally.

The technology used by transfluid is state-of-the-art and enables smooth, efficient production processes. This has also convinced the Chinese client.

DMC and QR codes can be read automatically at the separator. This enables “chaotic production“ (i.e. pipes of different lengths but with the same diameter and wall thickness can be produced directly in sequence without any set-up process. Otherwise the collet and mandrel must be exchanged). The bent tubes are removed by hand.

“We are very pleased that our machines are used all over the world and across all industries and that we are thus making an important contribution to economic progress“, sums up Stefanie Flaeper (Managing Director Sales/Marketing transfluid).

transfluid Maschinenbau GmbH
transfluid is a valued partner all over the world for the production of tube bending and tube processing machines. transfluid have been developing their customer-focused technologies for tube processing since 1988 and offers tailor-made solutions for the construction of plants and machines, for the automotive, energy and shipbuilding sectors and the manufacturing of medical equipment.

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