See what turnkey automation looks like at Leistritz. It brings many advantages, among others:
- very high process capability and reliability
- short production times
- the use of only one pallet for all production steps (adaptable to individual customer requirements)
Using the example of highly automated screw production, the process steps are structured as follows: material feed, pre-machining, whirling process, post-machining and quality control.
The LWN 120 whirling machine is used here. Dry machining not only benefits from very short machining times in finishing quality, but also from low tooling costs per workpiece.
Find out more on the LWN 120 HERE.