Newly developed GEORG precisioncut TBA 400 robotline
GEORG is proud to present its newly developed GEORG precisioncut TBA400 robotline. With this state-of-the-art Step Lap Lamination Cutting Line including fully automatic stacking feature GEORG provides an impressive proof of its readiness to tap the potentials of digitalization and smart manufactoring.
The GEORG robotline allows the automatic cutting and stacking of up to eight complete (closed) or open transformer cores simultaneously at a minimum manual workforce
and is available in various levels of output – from basic version up to high speed configuration.
Features like the GEORG core editor aim for highest degree of automation in transformer core production and various logistic concepts support the downstream core handling process using for example driverless vehicles.
Grinding tests for customers in North America
In our facility located in Roanoke/Virginia our (potential) customers can carry out grinding tests on their own rolls using a state-of-the-art GEORG ultragrind SG 2. This demonstration machine in our Northamerican show room is equipped with the world’s most modern grinding machine control system i.e. the GEORG smartcontrol. At our Roanoke facility, we also manufacture and assemble our smallest roll grinding machines of the GEORG ultragrind SG 1 series. Meanwhile we have supplied more than 100 machines of this type worldwide. From the next bigger series now a GEORG ultragrind SG 2 is ready for demonstration and testing in Roanoke. Convince yourself about the easy operation and performance of the machine in interaction with the modern control system. In case of interest please contact Jochen Münker, email@example.com
A new Baby is born. Look forward to the GEORG precisioncut TBA 300 robotline. More info coming soon.
For almost 75 years we have perfected the idea of making work easier and more efficient.
Invests in own mechanical production
Heinrich GEORG Maschinenfabrik GmbH continues to regularly renew the machinery of its own mechanical production. After commissioning the first REIDEN machine in 2020, GEORG is now already investing in a second machine from the Swiss machine tool manufacturer.