Selecting the best tooling optionMay 9, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Matritech is known for the integrated services it offers under one roof. Among these services is tooling, which has been a major part of the Drummondville, Que.-based company’s capabilities since it was founded back in 1989.
With more than 25 years of experience, Matritech designs and manufactures a wide range of die-punches in-house, ensuring process control from start to finish. Its design team has the expertise to find the most appropriate solution to meet customer requirements.
Matritech has the resources and capabilities to efficiently handle both large and small jobs, as well as large parts, complex geometries and fine details.
For example, the company uses progressive punch-matrix tooling when manufacturing parts in large quantities. Continuously fed through a metal coil, this tool progressively creates each part by moving the material from station to station automatically. The result is a highly effective process that lowers the cost of parts.
For small sheet metal forming, and for complex or deep parts, on the other hand, a manual transfer tool is more economical. With this tool, users manually transfer parts from one stage to another inside the matrix.
The Matritech advantage
In addition to its tooling expertise, Matritech offers design, laser cutting, CNC punching, robotic and CNC bending, robotic and manual welding, stamping, CNC machining, extrusion, assembly, coating and testing services, all under one roof.
The company supplies parts to companies in a wide variety of fields worldwide, and has earned a reputation for its superior quality, thanks to the strict, methodical and efficient quality control system it follows.
To learn more, contact Matritech.