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Modulam tooling platform produces accurate prototypes

Midland Tool And Design : 23 April, 2010  (New Product)
Midland Tool and Design has developed the Modulam tooling system, designed to produce accurate prototypes while cutting costs and reducing lead times.
Modulam is a unique tooling platform which can be used on either Bruderer 50 tonne, 60 tonne or Bliss 200 tonne presses, with bespoke tooling elements designed and manufactured in-house. These elements can be made from steel or carbide, depending on customer requirements.

By lowering costs, Modulam ensure less time is spent in manufacturing, cutting lead times.

The accuracy of the system eliminates the need to re-qualify parts at the production stage all prototypes produced are to your specification.

The Modulam system has already been called into action to create accurate prototypes for a number of international engineering projects. Midland Tool Design is also using Modulam on several current projects, creating high-performance and efficiency motors for aerospace, autosports and medical components.

As a result, it has allowed Midland Tool and Design to offer a full range of precision engineering services, including tooling, stamping and finished precision ground core pack assemblies, utilising bonding, laser welding, TIG welding and interlocking methods.

One such application is a requirement for laser welded core stacks, which are used in generators for civil aviation aircraft.
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