The Electronics industry, Micromachining, Aerospace, Tool and mould making and Medical technology – the key to High-precision machining of the Micro components and finest contours are tools that are only a few millimetres or even tenths of a millimetre thin.
The market situation in tool and die making is more dynamic than ever. Changing markets, ever smaller batch sizes, individual products, continuously increasing quality requirements and shorter development times – the challenges for tool and die makers are manifold.
Electromobility, classic vehicle construction, aerospace, construction, mechanical engineering, electronics, air conditioning and solar technology, packaging and more – we encounter aluminum almost everywhere.
The world of machining is changing. With the transition from the internal combustion engine to alternative drive systems, traditional automotive manufacturing as the most important mainstay for many machining companies and tool manufacturers is being reduced enormously.
Whether for e-mobility or in aircraft construction – lightweight materials such as aluminum and titanium-aluminum alloys are increasingly being used to reduce weight. These high-performance materials pose special challenges for machinists, which they can only meet with precisely matched high-end tools.
In India and Southeast Asia, the machining sector is growing steadily, and high-performance precision tools are in hot demand.With CemeCon’s coating technology, more and more tool manufacturers are gaining competitive advantages there.
Wherever thick chips fall, for example in the heavy-duty machining of rails, switches, pipes and crankshafts, as well as in the rotary peeling of cast iron and ferrous materials, high-performance cutting inserts with long tool lives and good performance are an absolute must.
Tailored coatings bring the decisive advantage. Tool manufacturers who come to the CemeCon coating center in Nagoya, Japan, are often looking for a solution in a highly competitive market to increase their profits with premium coatings for their precision tools.
Stepper takes a giant step forward in stainless steel processing with InoxaCon®. Hardly any product has been in such demand in the past two years as electronic components – no electronics without plugs and plug contacts.
More performance in the machining of hardened steel for injection molds. In tool and mold making, the machining of hardened steels beyond 50 HRC is standard. It nevertheless remains a discipline for specialists, especially for manufacturers of precision tools.
Since the beginning of 2020, CemeCon K.K. has been supporting Japanese tool manufacturers with diamond coatings at its new coating center in Nagoya. Now the experts have expanded their range to include HiPIMS technology.
Short distances and the complete tool development process from a single source – this strategy has put Boehlerit from Kapfenberg, Austria, on course for growth. Gerhard Melcher, Sales Manager at Boehlerit, gets confirmation of this every day.
The JETRO TV media program "The World is Now" has interviewed CemeCon K.K. in the newly build coating center in Nagoya. All CemeCon members were very excited and proud to show the big achievements since the company establishment in 2016.
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