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08/27/2015 - FAGOR ARRASATE PUBLISHES THE ISSUE N.33 OF ITS MAGAZINE

It is already available the issue no. 33 of the Fagor Arrasate’s Magazine, corresponding to the first semester of 2015

 MAGAZINE

In this new number, very interested technical papers about the most advanced metal forming technologies are introduced. Specifically, there is one about a new Servo Blanking Line installed in one of the main OEM automotive manufacturer located in India as well as another about a very advanced Cut-to-Length Line to cut aluminum’s trapezoids aimed to manufacture car body parts. Also, the readers will find an article about how the parallelism control affects to the manufacturing of composite parts introducing the latest technologies found in today’s Fagor Arrasate Hydraulic Presses.

Moreover, the issue no.33 includes a paper about a new Inspection Line installed at ArcelorMIttal that has allowed to solve satisfactorily a capacity bottle neck issue at the facility. Also, there is another one about the possibilities for modernizing old lines in the automotive sector in order to make them able to work profitably many more years. Additionally, there is an article explaining in detail a complete automatic line for manufacturing freezer’s cases.

The articles included in this number explain in detail the ability of Fagor Arrasate to solve concrete problems of our Clients in the metal forming sector

At last, the Magazine includes a very interesting and complete article about the potential manufacturing of car’s roofs in composite material, studying the pros and cons as well as the economic profitability of the solution.

Readers will be able to find, as usually, information about the Exhibitions that Fagor Arrasate will attend and the latest commercial news of the Company.

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