SHEET METAL TURNING
Sheet metal turning is a metalworking process that deforms sheet metal to create metal products.
The company uses this process to deform iron, steel, aluminium, copper and brass using special machines, such as lathes and presses. Turned parts can reach an initial diameter of up to 1400 mm.
The production process starts when the die is installed on the lathe and a sheet of metal is cut into the shape of a disc on a special disc-cutting machine. The disc is then fixed to the die with a tailstock so that it starts to rotate on the spindle.
The lathe tool presses the sheet metal against the die until it adheres perfectly, allowing the piece of sheet metal to be shaped. When downloaded, the turned material is carefully checked and stored in pallets.