"It really is a phenomenal machine." This is what Henk van de Graaf, employee of the Dutch cutting company Riam in Tiel, says about the panel edging machine from the Spanish manufacturer Cevisa (Castellanos y Echevarria – Vitoria, S.A.). This is in operation at Riam since around 2 years and ensures straight and mirror-smooth welding edges. The plates are immediately ready for welding, reworking is no longer necessary.
Riam (fully Riam Dordrecht BV) is a provider of high quality cutting work. The company started out with custom cutting for shipyards in the Rijnmond region, but has expanded its scope over the years. Around 1,500 customers from a wide variety of industries are now placing their small and large orders, and Riam also supplies steel itself. Customers can be found in shipbuilding, offshore, petrochemicals, windmill construction, etc. "Our parts are everywhere," says Van de Graaf. “We often don't even know exactly what we're cutting. We get a sketch with the task: do it. "Read more
In metal manufacturing companies, chamfering is often one of the relevant processes that is not given enough importance. Undoubtedly, poor weld edge preparation is the first and most fundamental cause of improper adjustments resulting in poor quality welds due to inaccurate V-joint preparations. Excessive welding, increased heat input and increased expenditure on consumables and personnel as well as additional hours are the consequences. All of these factors contribute to lower productivity with additional costs that harm today's cost optimization requirements.Read more
After a demonstration in our facilities last Friday, Enimar S.L.Read more
The Basque company Castellanos y Echevarria - Vitoria, S.A., has successfully completed the test series for a new application. This time the request for a demonstration comes from the Portuguese agricultural sector and it concerns the production of cutting edges of the plow blades. The test was carried out with our CHP 60G bevelling machine at an angle of 72º, the materials were different, but given the requirements of the product, all with high durability.Read more
Laser, water or plasma cutting? An investment-intensive CNC system that takes up a lot of space? The mechanical processing of bevels is extremely useful in many cases and is of interest and attention to many users. 3D contour chamfers are not always required. Many users often face the question of which chamfering method is the most economical for their application, since the advantages of the chamfering method come into play depending on the requirements and the material. However, these processes are not in competition with each other, but form a meaningful alliance in many manufacturing processes.Read more
Most of the Basque industry will resume operations today, Tuesday, after a few weeks of standstilRead more
SUCCESSFUL TEST OF OUR CHP 60G BEVELLING MACHINE IN SAXONY-ANHALT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BRIDGES AND OTHER STEEL CONSTRUCTIONS
This week we went to Saxony-Anhalt, where a large manufacturer of bridges and other steel structuRead more
The perfect couple of bevelling machines for chamfers in X - The portable milling machine CHP 60 G and her sister CHP 60 G INV
It was a pleasure for us to demonstrate our prototype of the new 60G INV portable milling machineRead more
We recently completed another trip to Northern Germany.Read more
Recently we had the pleasure to meet our new customer BORTUBO S.A. in Murcia, manufacturers of precast concrete parts. On site, the customer received an introduction and training in the handling of our welding edge milling machine and all questions were answered satisfactorily in order to manufacture bevels with the CHP 60 G bevelling machine.
One of the most common problems of our commercial activity is the fact that machines can rarely be displayed while they are mounted in our facilities.Read more