The shift control for automatic transmissions is one of the central elements for modern automatic transmissions. Each individual transmission function and shift is performed by a hydraulic shifting device mounted directly on the transmission.
Precise switching operations and a long service life under extreme conditions are only possible with precisely manufactured individual components. The valve housing and the valve plate are just two components of this, with the valve housing itself accommodating the individual switching valves and the valve plate containing further hydraulic channels. These two parts are subject to the tightest tolerances, as they must precisely align and seal the hydraulic valves.
Valve housings and valve plates for the automotive industry are manufactured using the die-casting process and then mechanically machined in CNC machining centers.
Suitable machines to produce Valve control housing
The ANGER SP2-D machine is a flexible machining center for 4- or 5-axis double machining of large-volume components. The two processing units can process one component or two different components independently of each other. The large working area allows you maximum flexibility in process design and machining. With a clamping bridge of approx. 3,600mm length ... Read moreLearn more
The ANGER SP2-P machine is a flexible machining center for 4- or 5-axis double machining of large-volume components. Two independent spindles process either 2 components synchronously or simultaneously a large component with a maximum length of 3,600 mm and a disturbance circle of 1,200 mm. The pallet changer enables loading and unloading to be carried ... Read moreLearn more
The ANGER HCX Turn Key systems are specifically designed to meet the needs of the customers. The plant is designed, constructed and automated according to the specific parts. As a result, the highly productive HCX systems achieve the shortest cycle times with the highest accuracy. These are highly productive plants with maximum output rates. Depending ... Read moreLearn more