Process optimization: Steeltec digitizes procedures for selecting drawing dies

As part of a research project with Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland, the bright steel manufacturer Steeltec has been optimizing the procedures it uses to select rod and bar drawing dies. The project involves digitizing the inventory of drawing dies used at production facility 1 at the company’s Emmenbrücke site and automating the die selection process. Steeltec, which is part of the Schmolz + Bickenbach group, is seeking to improve process reliability and to future-proof production by increasing efficiency.

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