The small Nos joinery from the Wetterau district of Hesse has arrived in the modern CNC world: Founded in 1949, the company said goodbye to tedious, old-fashioned manufacturing a year ago. The ideal entry into CNC technology was provided by the Opus machining center from Reichenbacher.
Companies in industry and trade face a major challenge when it comes to automation. Because machines alone are not enough — in order to guarantee consistently high product quality, intelligent software must be used so that employees can control processes, operate machines and carry out programming without errors, even after only a short training period.
By investing in modern 5‑axis CNC technology, Moralt AG has not only noticeably increased its flexibility and performance. At the same time, the manufacturer of door blanks has opened a new chapter in terms of individuality and data consistency.
The removal of unfused powder is a central step in the postprocessing of metal parts made using additive manufacturing. For years, systems from Solukon have removed powder automatically from parts manufactured with LPBF processes. A project with Reichenbacher Hamuel GmbH…
Timeless building has been a tradition at Bauer Holzbau for almost 140 years. Craftsmanship is combined with progress and is exemplified in the form of modern production facilities and logistics concepts. Everything comes from a single source, from architecture to construction and specialist planning to the overall completion of a building project. Turnkey single-family houses, developer models and object buildings in residential construction…
Being a pioneer in a field is one thing, but achieving this in a technically and economically sensible way is another. According to Klaus Feile, CEO of Moralt AG, the acquisition of a new 5‑axis CNC system was a logical investment in the future. His goal: The traditional company should continue to play a leading role as a manufacturer of door pre-products and supplier of system solutions for functional doors for interior and exterior use.
Stefan Nos and son Benedikt laboriously made stairs with exotic machines. Now they have drawn a line and banned from the workshop not only the cheek milling machine for milling steps and the staircase boring machine.
The 3D formwork bodies that give the concrete its shape are planned, prefabricated and assembled with computer assistance. The more geometrically complex the formwork is, the more flowable and at the same time pressure-resistant the concretes used have to be.
Housing is scarce and becoming increasingly expensive. In the meantime, timber construction has gained an important place in the building industry worldwide, especially with regard to environmentally friendly construction. At the beginning of November, Reichenbacher Hamuel held an expert meeting…
Bauplaner DIB A11 2022
The complexity of geometrically demanding structures in combination with fair-faced concrete is a remarkable challenge. For a tower made from fair-faced concrete dyed red, which tapers more and more towards the top, 100 qm of filigree special formwork including battens and joints was required, which consists of individual small-scale boxes…