We exhibited at FABTECH 2011. Please watch the video which shows the forming of a stainless steel sample part on our DENN eSPIN-100 CNC metal spinning machine model. In one cycle: shear forming, spinning, trimming and beading.
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The DENN ZENN-100 CNC metal spinning machine (spinforming lathe) performs shear forming, spinning, machining and beading applications in one cycle.
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Please contact us for information about our innovative and leading machinery technology for all types of flow forming operations; from very tiny diameters to very large diameters, thin to thick and countless work-piece material types.
2-roller to 6-roller models are available. From standard machines to fully custom models, we have all your flow forming applications covered. Special machines available for the production of conical lamp and flag poles.
largest diameter flow forming machine in the world
Our DENN CD-50 circle shear has been designed as a “table top” circular shear for small diameter blanks; easy to operate, flexible, reliable and cost effective.
Maximum blank diameter: 500 mm (19.68″)
Minimum blank diameter: 50 mm (1.97″)
Maximum thickness, mild steel: 1.5 mm (0.06″)
If you are interested, then please contact us for more information, pricing, photos and a video.
The ECO ZENN models are engineered to be the first “clean & green” metal spinning machines in the industry; featuring noise insulation, as well as smoke, fumes, mist, oil and metal chips collection devices. Energy is saved and fed back to the power supply by regenerative braking. Programmers, operators and maintenance personnel can access most functions of the machines while the machinery doors are closed. For example, a drawer is utilized for easy removal of metal chips in case the spinning machine is also used for auxiliary applications such as machining. The opening distance of the automatic doors is adjustable to minimize cycle times, and robotic loading and unloading is easily interfaced.
Highest production flexibly is achieved by employing the 6-tool change station, pressure control system, auxiliary trimming & beading units, and others.
These features, plus the high mechanical strength and speeds of the machines, as well as the graphical user interface for programming, are setting the benchmark for the future of metal spinning machines.