The FORMAX® PLUS cold former meets the challenge of difficult-to-transfer and tight tolerance jobs with the patented Pick-Move-Place transfer. The FORMAX® PLUS cold forming machine has all the standard features of the FORMAX® 2000 cold forming machines such as zero clearance heading slide guiding, sealed heading slide liners, and precision linear feed, but the FORMAX® Plus also has increased forming tonnage, larger cutoff capacity, and expanded die space.
Upon visiting National’s booth you will be greeted by knowledgeable representatives who will help you discover how FORMAX® forming technology can take your ammunition production to the next level. FORMAX® forming machines provide the high running speed, part quality, and ability to form precision parts that is required by the growing demand of the ammunition industry.
The FORMAX® Plus models demonstrate National's ability to meet the growing need for complex net-shape parts and expertise ability to design the tooling required for such machines.
National Machinery’s engineering division Met-MAX Innovations is dedicated to delivering solutions for the net-shape forming of metal parts. With 56 engineers worldwide and state-of-the art facilities, Met-MAX is expertly armed to help customers develop and produce net-shape complex metal parts. Met-MAX’s goal is to provide significant cost savings on expensive material and secondary operations in order to produce at high volume with the reliability to meet strict quality standards. Met-MAX can also convert part forming processes from powdered metal, stamping, and screw machining into highly efficient FORMAX® forming methods.
At National Machinery’s booth you will also have an opportunity to see Mectron’s First Scan inspection machine. Mectron’s First Scan is a non-contact fully automated precision measuring system for cylindrical components.
National representatives are able to assist you in your new machine, tooling engineering, support and service, and used machinery needs. Whatever your desires are in the metal forming market, be sure to stop by National Machinery’s booth for assistance.