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  • Jouhsen Bundgens at wire 2014 in Düsseldorf, Germany 21.01.2014  

    Jouhsen Bundgens will present a PrecisionForm MJ with a separate grinder and a PrecisonCut MJC3 at wire Dusseldorf from the 7th until the 11th of April 2014. read more

    The PrecisionForm MJ can produce special shaped pins in a multi-stage forming process. The grinder is ergonomically optimized and separated from the main machine so that no vibrations from the grinder influence the machine. A design detail that results in two distinct advantages; improved product quality and a higher degree of availability of the complete machine. One specialty also exhibited by the PrecisionCut MJC3 is short, burr-free, straight cut parts of just a few millimeters in length at the highest production quantities of 800 parts per minute.

    We look forward to your visit in Hall 11 G61.

  • Jouhsen Bundgens develops turnkey production line for surgical needles 27.11.2013  

    Jouhsen Bundgens has developed a production line for surgical needles. The unit is a modular construction that is designed to facilitate a large production output at high speed. Jouhsen-Bundgens uses high-precision laser technology manufactured by the Swiss partner ROFIN-LASAG. read more

    The Jouhsen Bundgens machine engineering company has developed a needle production line especially for the production of austenite needles with small diameter bores. Due to its modular design, the unit is able to integrate all of the necessary manufacturing processes required for the production of surgical needles from the straightened blank to the drilled needle blank. The bending process can also be optionally integrated.

    Up to two bores per second
    The unit is designed for top speeds: depending on the respective process steps, the unit can produce up to 120 needles per minute. The production line works fully automatically without the need of operator intervention. The machine is designed to accommodate 3-shift-24-hour operation. Servo drives additionally ensure short set-up times.

    Precision drilling with laser technology
    Maximum positioning accuracy ensures precision results. Jouhsen Bundgens has calibrated this unit to accommodate laser technology manufactured by the Swiss partner ROFIN-LASAG. One laser drills the needles and another laser then rounds off the edges. If necessary, a mechanical drilling station can also be optionally integrated in order to drill larger diameters.

  • The delivery of the 250th PrecisionForm MJ! 12.06.2013  

    The delivery of the 250th PrecisionForm MJ! Every single day, customers all around the world produce thousands of components on their PrecisionForm MJ machines. The requirements in the automotive and clock and watch industries, as well as in the production of battery pins and components for lighting technology, are concordant in one central point: All of the manufacturers need large quantities of small parts. These parts are straightened, cut and cold-formed within a multistage process, in top quality and with exceptional speed and precision. We would like to thank both our customers for their trust and the entire Jouhsen-bündgens team for their diligent commitment! Today we are delighted to announce the delivery of the 250th PrecisionForm MJ. The machine is heading to the USA where it will be used to produce up to 800,000 battery pins per day. read more

  • Jouhsen at the Interwire 30.04.2013  

    From 23-25th April Jouhsen presents its machines at the Interwire in Atlanta, USA. Come and visit us at our booth. read more

    The Interwire is the international exhibition for wire and cable and is held every two years in Atlanta. It is North America's most important trade fair for wire and cable machinery, and associated products.

    This year the focus of the exhibition are among other wire machines for wire processing, wire making machinery and machinery for the manufacture of wire products.

    More information can be found on the website of the organizer.