A dramatic shift in stock-lubrication strategy for deep drawing and stamping at an MTD facility yielded improvements in press uptime and operator efficiency, and slashed lube consumption as well.
from: Metalforming Magazine, 2009 - by: Brad F. Kuvin, Editor
Appliance OEM Lovin' Lubrication
Using roller-application systems to apply a new synthetic lube eliminates die-maintenance headaches in an Electrolux pressroom, contributing to the firm’s efforts to increase overall equipment efficiency (OEE).
from: Metalforming Magazine, - by: Brad F. Kuvin, Editor
2,020 Gallons Less Stamping Fluid to Handle...What Would You Do?
It is no secret that a myriad of expenses and effort are associated with the necessary application of stamping fluids. One company in California has learned the joy of reduction in those factors . . .
from: Simpson Dura Vent Success, 2005 - by: Unist
Programmable Lubrication Beats The Heat
A pair of metalformers tell how an upgrade in lubrication strategies and equipment pay off big with improved speed and part quality, and reduced lubricant consumption and the costs associated with lube delivery, application, and cleanup.
from: Metalforming Magazine, 2002 - by: Brad Kuvin, Editor
Decreasing Metal Forming Lubricant Use
Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution about 200 years ago, humans have constantly sought better ways to enhance the shaping and forming of metal.
from: Stamping Quarterly, 1995 - by: Bryce Hoff