Paradigmatic of all large-lot production, low part cost and total cost of ownership drive the automotive industry. Peiseler rotary tables and trunnions are high productive solutions with integral clamping systems, durable and reliable in continuous multi-shift operations.
We find every savable second in every part, be it through fast cycle times or through reducing downtime. We are challenged daily to optimize the installation foot print, the part process or fixture adaptation.
We value the requirements and the expected reliability of project engineering and management.
The geometry and precision of a dividing head is not only important at delivery but particularly during manufacturing and especially after many years of production. The geometry is reflected on the piece part and hereunto Peiseler has many references at prominent manufacturers.
When applying forces and moments the basis of our stiffness is the in house precise workmanship of high quality materials, use of components from reputable suppliers, and applying solid engineering principals. Our knowledgeable sales team is committed to support your particular application with experience and technical advice.
We build your dividing heads, trunnions, 2-axis rotary tilt units, and swivel heads whose quality we document with unit specific inspection reports according to your specifications and procedures.
No other industry can compare to its product range, from small turbine blades to very heavy turbine shafts. The Peiseler products range from 80mm to 2,000mm housings. Supplemental accessories such as Trunnion support bearings, Tailstocks, Steady rests, and Roller blocks are part of our product offering.
Peiseler offers designed solutions with these components integrated in multi-axis units or as stand-alone large trunnions. The machining of tough materials combined with heavy loads or processing flimsy thin walled parts are a welcome design challenge.
We have solved complex clamping challenges by implementing a diverse range of automatic clamping systems.
Small precision instruments, titanium and cobalt chromium implants, specialized metal alloy dentures, plastic braces or screws and implants from bio-chemical materials are cut on Peiseler single or multi axis units. Applications range from simple positioning to simultaneous multi-axis machining. Mill-turn solutions are part of Peiseler's successful installations.
The interaction of requirements for high speed in turning operations and the essential need for accuracy in milling operations requires the experienced tuned design matching between dividing head, feedback device, manifold and bearing. Peiseler was the first to solve this challenge.
The stock removal rate while processing parts that shed greater than ninety percent of their raw part weight poses particular demands on Peiseler dividing heads.
Peiseler has solved the challenge to reliably seal the dividing head against coolant and chips. A requirement not unique to the aerospace industry, rough and finish machining of a part in one set up is implemented by Peiseler.
Aluminum cockpit window frame parts as well as titanium loadbearing structure parts are manufactured with this requirement. The specification of very high, controllable, or very precise clamp pressures at the dividing head are met and integrated.
Mold making at first glance is characterized by continuous highly dynamic moves in all linear and rotary axis. Further evaluation shows a high mechanical accuracy eliminates control comp calculations. This enables faster and more accurate motions, resulting in a top quality surface finish and an accurate geometry.
In equal manner Peiseler builds manifolds and measuring system adaptors with optimized friction characteristics that significantly improve control comp at quadrant jump and direction change.
Multi-axis dividing heads from Peiseler, some with integrated spindles, are used in tool manufacturing. A finished product can be produced with six sided machining of bar stock in one operation.
Alternatively dividing heads are built with tool adaptation to your specifications. The rough machined tools are fixtured for completion identically to the designated machine spindle.
This fixturing results in the desired high product quality. Integrated work supports that swing out for part load / unload and centering tips stabilize the part and minimize vibration during processing.