Tag: Factory innovation

From mould construction to sheet metal forming, Minifaber guarantees the best results in the metal forming industry.

anteprima - Saldatura laser

Laser welding in Bergamo looking towards ...

Be glocal is one the key points in Minifaber's philosophy which from its headquarters in Seriate, near Bergamo, always looks towards the innovations towards the world of cold sheet metal transformation. This focus ...

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anteprima - Saldatura

Mig welding and safety: how to avoid unpl...

Mig as well as tig and laser welding are essential processes in sheet metal cold moulding. Once laser cut and bent, many components are welded together to create complex parts, ready to be introduced on the market. If, on the one hand, welding is thus essential, on the other, it is a very delicate and dangerous process that can cause work accidents. Here are the solutions adopted by Minifaber to provide accurate but above all safe welding!

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Anteprima - La co-progettazione nella lavorazione della lamiera fa risparmiare tempo e risorse

Co-designing when working sheet metal sav...

In addition to offering cold working of sheet metal for third parties, Minifaber also has an in-house technical department that follows its own clients through the delicate design phase, together evaluating the most suitable materials...

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Mould Construction Design 3

Sheet metal stamping: 5 advantages of Min...

Besides being a reference point in cold sheet metal working, Minifaber is also a company that produces moulds for sheet metal stamping. In this way, the entire productive process is managed inside the company, resulting in considerable advantages for the customer as far as precision and speed of the working are concerned. Here are some of them.

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Laser sheet metal cutting: the technology...

The laser sheet metal cutting system TruLaser Cell Series 7.000 grants excellent performances as far as quality, speed and precision are concerned. That is why Minifaber added it to its machinery

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