Innovation and experience

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At Industrias Teysa we are very aware of the need for continuous improvement of quality, service and customer satisfaction. With this in mind, we maintain an extremely high level of investment in the latest technologies and production techniques as is demonstrated by our use of dieless forming in the production of drawing parts with NC technology, which can only be provided by three companies in Europe or the acquisition of Prima Syncrono laser cutter with double axis of superimposed coordinates for extremely fast and accurate cutting. However, our biggest asset is our team, solid experienced professionals who are true specialists in both technical and administrative areas. In addition, we are certified according to ISO 9001:2000, and we have approval for welding aluminum, carbon steel and stainless steel.

 

Our means of production

  • Forming machine Amino dieless DLNPC.
  • Laser Cutting machine. 2500w. “Prima Platino”.
  • Laser Cutting machine 4000w. “Prima Syncrono”.

 

Laser

Laser Cutting machine

 

  • Punching machine CNC Murata Wiedemann Centrum 2000 Q.

 

Punzonadora

Punching machine

 

  • Bending machine. 240 Ton. 4.000mm. 8 axes.
  • Bending machine. 80 Ton. 3.000mm. 2 axes.
  • Bending machine 90 Ton. 3.000mm. 2 exes.

 

Plegado

Bending machine

 

  • Profiles bending machine MG 120.
  • Hydraulic  Shear.  3.000x6mm.
  • Tube bending machine “Tejero” A-321.
  • Variable angle notcher Boschert.
  • Pipe cutters.
  • “MIG” Welding Equip. Migatronic Inverter-based MIG/MAG with pulse.
  • “MIG” Welding Equip. 260-A.
  • “TIG” Welding Equip. Cloos “GLW 350”.
  • Intelligent swaging machine Ras 12.65.
  • Maintenance equipment for finishing, lathes, milling machine, and so on.

Dieless Forming

Dieless Forming Technology is an innovative digitally-controlled incremental sheet metal forming process, specifically suited for rapid prototyping, small series, spare parts and models out of production.
One of its main advantages is the operating costs, which are considerably lower than the conventional pressing, the reduced development times, which accelerates the introduction times of new products onto the market, and low set-up costs.

 

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Functioning


Dieless forming technology eliminates the die and blank-holder of the classic die. It only requires a fixed tool equivalent to the punch. Dieless machines may be fitted with a high-speed milling spindle for preparing tool in non-ferrous materials (wood, resin) directly on the machine, thereby increasing the flexibility of the process and reducing costs as a result. Fixed tools may be prepared with resins, wood, cast iron and steel, according to the shape dimensions and number of pieces to be produced.


Firstly, the mathematical model of the piece to be manufactured is converted into a digital-control run by means of AFS (Amino Forming System), simple-to-use CAM software. The tool’s run is then transferred to the machine’s 3-axis digital control system.

 

Secondly, the flat sheet metal is locked into position on the supporting table. The tool moves in the direction of the Y and Z axes, and the table moves in the direction of the X axis and is fitted with a supporting table which counter-balances the vertical movement of the loose tool.

As for the loose tool, it moves on the sheet metal following a two-dimensional course, straining incrementally according to the geometry of the CAD model.

Finally, the tool descends in the direction of the Z axis, according to the pitch set and continues its forming movements downwards until it has finished the working cycle.

 

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Dieless advantages

 

• Partial or total elimination of dies.

• Simple and extremely safe to use.

• Reduction of space occupied by machinery.

• Facilitates production of complicated shapes.

• Produces prototypes faster and more economically.

• Low operating costs and reduction of development times.

• Production capacity over 500 pieces a month.

• Reduction of number of dies in stock

• Capability of produce a large variety of parts on just one machine.

• Production of prototypes directly from CAD models.

• In some cases, a partially machined tool is all that is required.

• Low noise levels during machining.