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Uchida has been promoting the overseas deployment of production hubs to manufacture parts for use in mold protection tool, die holder and insert holder, bolster set, air hammer piston rod and ram saw block.
These parts are expendable supplies consumed in 1 to 5 years of time cycle; therefore, most of the users find that "local production for local consumption" is the best solution. In order to answer the needs of various firms that run overseas factories, we have developed a production base in Thailand. The plan involves the transfer of human resource, technology, facilities and production property to meet the promotion of local production.
Among large scale production facilities that require a number of parts, the forging press, forging hammer and the like are super heavy machines of several to even several hundreds of metric tons.
In recent years, among such immovable large scale machines, fatigue degradation of the bed surface often resulted in the destruction of parts and molds. Uchida devised a convenient method to replace consumable parts used in such a heavy machine which have typical life duration of 3 to 5 years (afterward, this solution got patented).
We have been also opening up a new arena to restore on site the precision of machines by using our original milling machine portable to anywhere in the world.
Changing from a company to sell goods and techniques to a corporate to sell values
Die holders and press hammer beds withstand thousands tons of impact load to protect molds. Therefore, they need periodical precision restoration in association with their severe partial abrasion. When such abrasion is left uncared, it is highly likely to result in the frequent destruction of molds, which in turn may lead to deteriorating the product quality and yield rate, thus requiring habitual repair by way of damage control and eventually causing a vicious circle.
Our technical staff can greatly contribute to reducing users’ cost by implementing shut height control, such as the re-sinking of die holders and the onsite processing for the precision restoration of the work machine bed surface (e.g. press hammer) as well as by carrying out centralized administrative control through database over worn parts. In addition, we offer membership discount for onsite construction in behalf of the database members. We recommend that you share our values.