September | 2014 |

Finding The Right Fit

A recent report from the National Association of Manufacturers stated that in 2013, manufacturers contributed $2.08 trillion to the economy, up from $2.03 trillion in 2012. This was 12.5 percent of GDP.  As the market continues to pick up momentum, manufacturers are rethinking product development strategies, looking at both breakthrough innovations as well as enhancing existing product lines. Many also are looking at flexible capital equipment that perform a range of jobs from prototype part runs and die testing to value-added processing.

Whether you are investing in R&D, looking to improve or enlarge your current product offering or enter an emerging market, capital equipment that is versatile and cost-effective to operate and maintain can mean the difference between a competitive advantage and breaking even.

At Airam, we’ve engineered our G-series pneumatic presses to support automation, improve part accuracy and help customers meet rigid quality requirements.  Designed with a C-shape frame, Airam’s G-series can accommodate robots or servo-driven packages and makes loading and unloading parts easy.

For precision parts production our B-series air press can accommodate a wide range of progressive dies while helping to reduce punch and die wear. Our four-post design gives manufacturers large bed and die space as well as low deflection without the need for extra frame structure. Four point guiding increases accuracy during forming. Our press solutions are available in 3 to 300 tons. Let us help you find the right fit for your jobs.