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"We strive to increase our competence, so that we can offer customers added value"
Today the company has a modern production facility, 38 employees, a stable customer base, an order book that would turn many competitors green with envy, and well-founded optimism for the future.
Flexibility brings success
Macro VDP. “Superb,” says Leo. He continues: “In rough machining, we increase current feed and cutting depth values by 20 percent. On top of that, we’ve noticed that milling tools remain sharp considerably longer. Here, we also produce far larger electrodes in 70 x 70 mm Macro holders.”
A historic future!
What is now Ljungmann AS was founded in 1861 by Christian H. G. Olsen, “instrument maker and commission artist”. Telegraph apparatus, astronomical telescopes and a host of measuring instruments are just a few examples of the ideas and products demonstrated by this Norwegian inventor.
The fact is that Yonetani – together with giants such as Mazda Motor Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. – was among the first to obtain a licence to use new software to produce tools for pressure die casting and coremaking
Component material varies widely; mostly aluminium, but also copper, brass, stainless steel, titanium and all sorts of synthetic materials. “Ordinary” steel is rarely seen in the company’s lathes and milling machines.
The magnificent double cell generates revenue during the dark hours. A DMU 50 eVolution and a DMC 64 V Linear positioned at an angle to each other are served by a WorkMaster.
"This year, we also equipped our high-speed milling machines with the GPS 240 pallet system," continues Motohiko Ifuku. "We started cautiously with a single machine but as the results were so good that, within a couple of months, we installed the system on all the machines."