Standard machinespractical and versatile
Standard machines: precise, efficient and economical
Modern manufacturing companies are often faced with the decision as to which machines are best for producing their components and products. Whether standard machines or special solutions are used ultimately depends on many criteria. Which is the right strategy has to be decided on a case-by-case basis. Due to their flexible application options, standard machines usually offer the best solution for a high component variance. In some cases, however, it may be necessary to integrate additional tool systems into the machining process.
Standard machine construction at Strunk – that’s how we work
For more than 50 years we have been supporting companies as a competence and development partner in the field of joining non-ferrous metals. With the experience from all these years, our standard machine construction creates robust and powerful machines that meet the latest technical requirements.
For the mechanical production of our standard machines, we use CNC-controlled 5-axis milling, 3 + 2-axis milling and 3-axis milling as well as grinding, turning and eroding machines. A specially set up assembly team takes care of the mechanical assembly of the assemblies. The electrical assembly is the responsibility of the employees in our switch cabinet construction. Central and decentralized architectures based on BUS systems with links to the last sensor are used from construction to execution.
Our experts create the machine control and software for our systems on the basis of Siemens. Alternative controls are possible on customer request. We implement software development in a block structure with subsequent parameterization. These blocks are separate and functional. In this way, we guarantee short commissioning times and a uniform, self-contained and functional HMI for all systems. Quality data and process parameters are transferred via our STRUNK MES for the customer’s MES systems and into the customer’s databases. We also use this SQL-based system as our own MES protocol for internal line communication.