HELLER understands the customers’ industry-specific requirements
Metal cutting companies around the world benefit from HELLER‘s comprehensive solution competence. Based on our many years of experience we develop customised manufacturing solutions tailored to the specific needs of our customers.
Among our customers are companies from the automotive industry and their suppliers, machine manufacturers, electronics and power engineering companies, sub-contractors and many other industries.
Our complete solutions for workpiece-specific tasks allow us to optimally respond to our customers' needs. Our solution competence comprises a wide range of parts and materials machined under the most diverse conditions – from the machining of light-metals such as aluminium through to difficult-to-machine materials such as titanium, steel alloy or cast iron, from high-speed machining to heavy-duty cutting, from the machining of individual parts through to high-volume production, using wet, dry or MQL machining. Complemented by comprehensive consulting and a wide range of services.
Please filter the table after business or application to find practical examples from our reference list:
Detroit Diesel Corporation:
Detroit Diesel Corporation: development and implementation of a highly flexible hybrid manufacturing system incorporating HELLER machining centres and FTS for the new DD15 heavy-duty engine
Global market leadership of Franz Haas Waffelmaschinen GmbH is based on top-quality products supplied with strict adherence to delivery dates. To enable flexible and reliable production of baking plates the company uses three HELLER machining centres model H 4000 linked by a Fastems system.
Welshpool-based CastAlum is one of the UK’s largest aluminium diecasters. When it came to choosing the supplier offering the best value turnkey package, the company opted for HELLER 4-axis horizontal machining centres equipped with pallet changer.
Gearboxes for up to 1000kW and with torques up to 400,000Nm are the Knödler-Getriebe GmbH calling cards. The primary motivation for the investment in a globally first 4-axis machining centre model H 14000 of theHELLER superlative, was to create universal and reliable reserve capacity.
Sub-supplier Gebrs. Frencken in the Dutch town of Eindhoven, falls under the category ›High Mix/Low Volume‹. With the purchase of two HELLER H 4000 4-axis machining centres with pallet magazine, stability, precision, process reliability and quick set-up were paramount. The horizontal concept is a winner, especially in terms of chip management.
Within only 20 years, PMP Industries located in Coseano has developed into one of the most renowned suppliers and references for complete mechanical and hydrostatic drives. For manufacturing, especially turning and milling operations, the company uses 14 HELLER machining centres of different types (MCi 25, MCH 250, H 4000 and H 2000). “For entrepreneurial reasons,” says production manager Dino Caporale, “we limit our cooperation to a small number of machine suppliers and in case of machines used for operations providing higher added value, we only work with HELLER.”
The challenges for H.P. Kaysser, a leading international sheet metal processor/system supplier, were decreasing part volumes and increasingly exacting requirements. To solve the problems of lengthy setup times, large stock volumes and the difficulty of precise scheduling, the company opted for a LoadMaster® automation by Schuler in combination with the HELLER MCH 300 and MCH 350-C machining centres.
High production flexibility, maximum efficiency and continuous investment in technological innovations – this is the strategy according to which precision machining specialist RJ has enjoyed continuous growth for years. The Italian company found its preferred partner for machining centres in HELLER. Now also in the XL segment.
It is the most advanced and most productive manufacturing line at Engel Austria in Schwertberg: three HELLER H 8000 working as a linked automated system with the aim to gradually double the capacity and to achieve a 20 percent reduction in idle times. Already during the run-up phase the system has come within reach of achieving these goals.