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The new Troester management board (from left to right): Thomas Holzer, Peter Schmidt (Managing Partner) and Bernd Pielsticker. © Troester

 
03.05.21 – On our own behalf - Wire

On our own behalf - Wire

Week 17/2021 in retrospect

Here, we present you the top articles from our four categories. This week, the most read one comes from the category „Business“. Von  Daniel Keienburg
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Machine for the production of individual spacers with fully automatic plastic cup insertion system. © Eurobend

 
26.04.21 – Wire processing / bending and welding

Wire processing / bending and welding

Fully automatic production of individual four-legged spacers

Eurobend introduces its latest process for the fully automated production of individual spacers. The unique solution offers a compact machine design, flexibility ... Von  Jörg Dambock
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Three-line machine, model MELC 2-10x3 with mechanical stop length measuring system MS. © Eurobend

 
14.09.20 – Wire straightening

Wire straightening

Rethinking in wire straightening

This straightening machines concept works with multiple, simultaneously working rotors with hyperbolic rollers. Eurobend offers multi-line wire straightening ... Von  Jörg Dambock
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MELC Polyline 25x3 NS Maschine mit drei Rotorlinien bis 25 mm und automatischen Bündel- und Fördersystemen – Non-Stop-Betrieb. © Eurobend

 
04.05.20 – On our own behalf - Wire

On our own behalf - Wire

Week 18 in retrospect

Here, we present you the top articles from our four categories. This week, the most read one comes from the category „Reports“. Von  Carmen Mlcoch
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Eurobend, one of the leading suppliers of straightening and cutting machines, has set another milestone in the field of rotor straightening machines with ... Von  Jörg Dambock
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The new “PL AKK” welding line has set new standards in mesh production. This new, innovative design eliminates all idle times and increases significantly ... Von  Jörg Dambock