EMO Hannover 2019,
16 - 21 September
The SF Automation series offers deburring, rounding and smoothing in a single processing stage, in a very short time and without detriment to the contours of the ...
The SF PULSFINISH with the newly developed pulse drive was specially developed for the requirements of the automotive sector and the modern toolmaking industry. ...
The SF stream finishing machine (also referred to as an immersion polishing unit) is a completely new concept which features short processing times, easy automation ...
The CF series of disc finishing machines can be used for any application that requires a perfect surface finish to be achieved in a very short time for a variety ...
OTEC Präzisionsfinish GmbH was founded in 1996 in Straubenhardt near Pforzheim in the Southern German state of Baden-Württemberg. Over the past 22 years, OTEC has grown from a small manufacturer of polishing machines for the local jewelry and watchmaking industry to become a truly global player. At the company’s head office in Germany, OTEC now employs about 130 members of staff at its administration, research and production facility covering some 8,000 square meters. A process of continuous development and a growing workforce have constantly expanded the areas of application for OTEC’s products and perfected the interplay of machine and process media to the benefit of thousands of satisfied customers and enabling OTEC to achieve a gross turnover of approx. € 24 million in the finanical year 2016. Furthermore, the smooth operation and long service life and high-quality workmanship which are the hallmarks of OTEC’s machines, all of which are made in Germany, are appreciated by countless customers worldwide when it comes to deburring, grinding, smoothing and polishing.
Forming rollers are used in applications like the manufacture of reinforcement mesh. The typical structure required is formed using appropriate machinery and dies. Our Italian customer also sup-plies its customers with the associated forming dies for notching, chamfering and marking, made from either reinforced steel or hard metals. ...
YOU STATE THE REQUIREMENT. WE MAKE IT HAPPEN: The manufacturing process for stainless steel surgical drills used in minor or major procedures pro-duces burrs. Manual deburring is not just time-consuming but also produces a lot of rejects, not to mention the fact that every drill ends up slightly different. It’s an unreliable process. OTEC SF Series machines are designed for reliable, ...
During the manufacturing of metal workpieces very often it is necessary to machine threads. Mainly when the workpieces have to be mounted or assembled to other parts screw connections are unavoidable. Generally, there are two different ways to create threads: cutting (‘taps’) which is the most popular one and forming (‘forming tools’). ...
Cold forming is characterised by the high degree of deformation on the workpiece and the associated extreme demands on the tool. Depending on the process, very high pressures combined with high sliding speeds can arise. There is also a risk of the tool fusing to the workpiece. It is therefore essential for the friction coefficient of the forming tool surface to be as low as possible. ...
Highest surface quality in the aerospace industry: OTEC machine technology opens up new possibilities in the machining of components in the aerospace industry and offers a mechanical process for high-quality surfaces. These are especially essential in this industry. Components in the aerospace industry have to withstand extreme environmental influences.