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Steinbach

Steinbach AG – Partner for Industry. Constant and Successful.   The foundation stone for Steinbach AG’s success story was laid in 1923 by Fritz Steinbach in Constance. The move to today’s headquarters in Detmold was made in the 1930s. In 1951 came the restart under his son Heinz with daughter-in-law Hildegard. In 1980, Volker Steinbach … Weiterlesen …

Future of PM Components – Attempted Forecast on Materials, Processes and Markets*

In mobility today, i.e. for cars, lorries, aeroplanes, motorcycles, electric bicycles, trains, buses and public transport, all vehicles, apart from a large number of railway vehicles and a small number of public transport vehicles, are driven largely by means of fossil fuels. This situation is threatened by a radical paradigm shift. The operation and expansion … Weiterlesen …

Understanding Powder Behaviour in Uniaxial Cold Compaction through the Data Recorded by the Press

This work is part of a large project started several years ago, aimed at using the data continuously recorded by a 200-t SACMI industrial press, without any additional device, to describe powder behaviour during uniaxial cold compaction. This innovative approach, through the accuracy and reliability of the data, allows highlighting the relationships between real compaction … Weiterlesen …

The Next Generation of Continuous Furnaces: Greater Quality, Capacity and Efficiency in the MIM Industry

Continuous sintering furnaces are employed for high-volume production in the powder metallurgy industry. However, early models lacked flexibility and energy efficiency, prompting many manufacturers of MIM parts to deploy batch furnaces – a trend that holds true today. Eisenmann Thermal Solutions/DE is currently collaborating with leading partners to develop roller hearth furnaces that will further … Weiterlesen …