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Saronni produces feeding and cut to length lines from 1950 and can count more than 3.500 feeding lines set up all over the world. The company exports to 20 countries and invests yearly the 5% of the turnover in research and innovation.  The know-how acquired during the years, the ability of its technicians and the quality of design and production, have allowed Saronni to work with around 4000 customers in the world, most of them are OEM’ S  in automotive industry, household appliances and electromechanical industry. This year we exhibit at stand 8318 – hall 8 a compact feeding line for strip max. width 1200mm, thickness 3mm, material strength 800N/mm2.  The line will work together with a servo transfer press 1000Ton for the production of automotive components intended for the American plant of  an important German car manufacturer. The line includes a new generation of high precision straightener-feeder model R30 conceived to straighten high strength material. Thanks to the high penetration of the straightening rolls and a dedicated software, this new range of straightener-feeder is able to obtain an high plasticized section of the sheet.  All the straighteners frames are designed with the FEM calculation that grant an high structural rigidity.  These straightener-feeders have a wide accessibility for all the necessary cleaning and maintenance operations and the interchangeable cassette as an option . Our staff is waiting for you in our booth where it will be glad to demonstrate you the line performance.

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Redattore presso Tecniche Nuove S.p.a da gennaio 2002. Attualmente è Coordinatore Editoriale nella Divisione Meccanica del Gruppo per le seguenti testate: Lamiera, Subfornitura News, Trattamenti e finiture, Tecnologie del filo, Fonderia, Metalworking World Magazine, Wiretech World, BiciTech, Click The Gear, Veicolielettricinews, Meccanicanews.
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