Increasingly intensified environmental requirements have a great impact on the development of new vehicles architecture. The manufacturers have to develop ever smaller and more efficient engines and have to drive the vehicle weight further downwards without losing the weight or the quality. In this lightweight construction, more and more aluminum is used as a material. On the other hand, composite materials are used.
Currently, an average of 140kg of aluminum is built in one vehicle. According to current development, within 5 years, this proportion will increase to over 30%.
Challenge of manufacturing structural parts
Big parts such as longitudinal beam or battery tray are too big for standar machines nowadays.
Integration of new machining technologies in the process chain.
The processing machines currently available on the market are therefore unnecessarily precise for the processing.
ANGER MACHINING Your solution partner for structural part production
ANGER MACHINING is dedicated to the topic of structural components and has extended the product portfolio in 2016 with newly developed processing solutions specifically adapted to the requirements. ANGER MACHINING does not only focus on the processing machine itself, but also considers the entire manufacturing process including the material flow between the individual process steps.
Solutions for large components (up to 3,000 mm in length) are possible. Planning system control, devices, loading, the process and automation isin our own hands. This allows ANGER MACHINING as a process architect to ensure that the customer gets a fully processing capable and perfectly tailored production line.
ANGER SP Series Machining solutions for structural parts and E-architectures
The ANGER SP is a 5-axis machining center for big volume of structural parts such as longitudinal beam, cross beam, profile parts, battery tray, subframe, or others. It is the optimal solution for economical, precise and universal 5-axis processing of structural parts. Thanks to two independent machining unit, two different parts can be processed simultaneously.