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  • Jouhsen Bundgens develops new system for stamping and grinding surgical needles 04.11.2016  

    Jouhsen Bundgens has developed a special solution for stamping and grinding surgical needles. What makes this needle stamping and grinding machine special is its integrated production system. This means the entire process runs without any intervention from the operator, while servo-aided grinding processes ensure high reproducibility. The machine enables cost-effective production of medium to large batches of surgical needles. read more

    Stamping triangular needles

    An eccentric press stamps the body of the inserted wire sections into triangular needles, and conveys them to a transfer system. The first and second side of a needle are each ground at two CNC-controlled stations: first rough grinding and then fine. The final side is then ground at a further station.

  • Jouhsen Bundgens invests in cutting-edge manufacturing technology from Hermle 21.09.2016  

    Bring on the next challenge! With the new 5-axis milling machine from Hermle, Jouhsen Bundgens is equipped for the future. Its gantry design makes the milling machine highly precise and offers the best conditions for hard milling. read more

    Precisely milling hardened materials

    The Hermle machine stands out thanks to its high precision, and is perfect for processing hardened materials. Another plus point is that the modern central clamping system removes the need to re-clamp the workpiece during processing.

    This leads to some interesting advantages for the user:

    - high-precision parts manufacturing secured for the long term

    - high spare parts availability

    - precise reproducibility

  • Wire 2016: High precision wire straightening and cutting with the PrecisionCut UD2 and MJC9 08.03.2016  

    Come along and visit us from 4th to 8th April at Wire in Düsseldorf (Hall 11, Booth G51). We will be presenting our solutions for the high-precision production of wire cut offs: the PrecisionCut UD2 with a flexible modular straightener system as well as the PrecisionCut MJC9 for precise short sections. You can increase the efficiency of your production with our machines thanks to very high speeds and short changeover times. Come and see for yourself! read more

    PrecisionCut UD2 – for wire and small stainless steel bars

    The straightening and cutting machine PrecisionCut UD2 is designed as a flexible modular system: The possibility to use different sizes of straighteners on one machine, warrant short changeover times for a wide range of applications. As a result manufacturers can produce materials with varying material strengths and diameters very economically. The UD2 is suitable to produce short and long bars from 5 to 4,000 millimetres as well as to run wire diameters in the range 0.05 to 4 mm. The rigid machine design achieves an output performance of maximal 500 parts per minute.

    PrecisionCut MJC9 – application for precise rectangular short cut offs

    With the PrecisionCut MJC9, Jouhsen-bündgens offers the wire industry a machine concept optimised for the manufacturing of precise, rectangular, short cut offs at high speeds: up to 600 parts per minute with lengths of 1.5 x d up to 70 mm. The cut off system in the MJC machine is working with a “bush-bush” system, which realises in combination with the exact infeed rectangular and bur free cut offs . Users can process wires with diameters between 3.5 and 9.3 millimetres.

    We look forward to see you on our booth at the Wire show: 4th-8th April in Düsseldorf, Hall 11, Booth G51.

    Further details can be found in our product brochures:

    PrecisionCut UD

    PresicionCut MJC

  • Interwire 2015: Jouhsen Bundgens will present its product range for efficient and high-precision wire processing in Atlanta 10.12.2014  

    Jouhsen Bundgens will be present at the Interwire in Atlanta between the 28th and 30th April 2015 as a supplier of solutions for rapid and precise wire processing. From straightening and cutting through electro fission and end machining to cold forming and point grinding - machines from Jouhsen Bundgens process wires with the tightest tolerances at high speed. read more

    The equipment covers a wide range of applications: producing components for electronics and the automotive industry; drive and cam chains, bearings or pins. Also for medical applications, lancets, cannulas or surgical needles can often be cut, ground and loaded into magazines at a rate of thousand parts per minute.

    About Interwire

    Interwire is the largest trade fair for the wire and cable industry in North America and takes place every two years. Manufacturers from more than 50 countries use the trade and information platform to showcase the latest wire and cable technologies as well as machinery and accessories.

    More information about Interwire can be found at: http://www.wirenet.org/events/20-wai-article/153-interwire

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Precise wire processing at Wire & Cable India 2014, Mumbai - from 28 to 30 October 07.10.2014  

    Precise wire processing at Wire & Cable India 2014, Mumbai - from 28 to 30 October Jouhsen-bündgens will exhibit in one of the world's fastest growing markets: At the end of October we shall present our delivery program for fast and precise wire processing at the Wire & Cable in Mumbai, India. read more

    Visit us at the Kemtech International stand: Hall 1, stand number 1B37.

    This trade fair for the wire and cable industry is held every two years and this year is being held for the fifth time. 291 exhibitors from 25 countries are expecting more than 10,000 international visitors. Taking place at the same time as the Wire & Cable India trade fair are The Metallurgy India, Tube India International and Welding & Cutting India trade fairs.


    More information is available at www.wire-india.com.

    Jouhsen-bündgens at Wire & Cable India 2014 in Mumbai: 28.10. to 30.10. - Hall 1, Stand 1B37.