We get cracking

We get cracking

Fast and Precise Punching with
Innovative Technology

Continuity and innovation

Continuity and innovation

The principle of punching has been known since letterpress printing, i.e. more than 500 years ago: a stamp is squeezed into a die; in this case a metallic letter is pressed on a paper sheet. Stamping was the basis for the development of the punching technology. And the punching machine allowed – as letter printing did before – serial treatment of metal sheets and plastics. Cable ducts made from PVC, for instance, are used in electrical cabinets in the industry worldwide. Our punching machine RAPIDA 960 has topped said development. With one million strokes in 24 hours it punches more quickly and saves more energy than predecessors, and with low burrs. The RAPIDA 960 produces one cable duct every ten seconds.

 

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Fast and individual

Fast and
individual

We have not reinvented the wheel. But we make it run faster: punching with RAPIDA 960 reaches extremely high speeds. Feeding and removal of the material is automatic. The punching machine is easy to handle, and so is changing the tool kit. The set-up time is short and cost-efficient. In practice the punching machine operates reliably 24 hours per day. We provide a technology which allows press cuts according to our clients´requirements – at the bottom or on the flanks of the cable ducts. With the help of a variable pin guide the machine can be adjusted to different sizes of cable ducts.

Always by your side

Always by
your side

Customer-friendliness is not just a word for us: operation and maintenance of the machine are easy and intelligible. We use self-explanatory graphics and animations for the controls which allows our customers to be as independent as possible when working with the machine. For technical questions we offer an innovative remote maintenance: a database provides solutions and forwards requests to our service technician day and night. Furthermore customers can use our constantly updated FAQ. You can always get in touch with us via telephone, chat or skype. At your request we are quickly by your side and support you to analyze and correct any faults.

Know-How

Know
How

The machine has been developed and constructed in cooperation with interested customers. Experienced construction engineers worked on their genesis and are working on its development and are committed to its continuous improvement.

Technology meets communication

Technology meets communication

Mixed teams are the most successful – this is also true for us: we have different professional and specialized backgrounds which give the further development of our technology a creative push. Specialist know-how, the desire to solve technical challenges, as well as the pleasure of working at the interface of human being and machine – all this characterizes us. We count on excellent construction and software engineers and tool makers who strengthen our team.

Anett Hansch

Masters all the numbers, deadlines and contracts as director´s consultant. As CAD design engineer she is an important interface between technology and work organization. Prior to that, she worked in the retail sector and as a freelancer.
anett.hansch@stanova.de
+49 (30) 21 30 00 39 – 55

Katrin Lechler

Director, has quickly acclimatized in her new professional habitat after having worked many years as journalist and editor. A leader in sales, corporate strategy and marketing.
katrin.lechler@stanova.de
+49 (30) 21 30 00 39 – 33

Manuel Schulz

Automation technician, cannot let go of machines even in his leisure time. At Stanova Stanztechnik he is responsible for assembly, control engineering and technical documentation.
manuel.schulz@stanova.de
+49 (30) 21 30 00 39 – 44

Contact Us!

Stanova Stanztechnik GmbH Nunsdorfer Ring 29
12277 Berlin
Deutschland (Germany)

tel: +49 (30) 21300039-0
www.stanova.de