Overflow Production Stamping Project
This is how we exceed customer expectations up to 700 times per minute.
Even carbide dies undergo wear and tear when put to the test two shifts per day, seven days per week for up to 25 years straight. That was the case for a global automotive equipment provider who came to Overton when the high-speed stamping dies on its Bruderer press began showing their age, affecting the product quality and output of their factory.
The assignment was to rebuild and repair the customer’s existing high-speed, precision carbide stamping dies while also meeting the customer’s line-build requirements by running production stampings that would reduce the client’s current workload. The Overton advantage was our knowledge of high-speed carbide dies and our ability to achieve 500 to 700 strokes per minute on a production run.
This project is still ongoing, but at this point in the assignment, Overton has gone above and beyond in terms of quality, with the expectation that press run efficiencies will be improved, overtime will be reduced and overall production efficiencies will achieve maximum efficiency and profitability.
- Stamping Dies
- Ohio, USA
- Strut & Shock Absorber Valving