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Daltons Wadkin to showcase sheet-metal solutions

Posted on 24 Mar 2024 and read 665 times
Daltons Wadkin to showcase sheet-metal solutionsKimla fiber laser extremecut

Nottingham-based Daltons Wadkin, a leading supplier of industrial machinery and services, will showcase a Kimla PowerCut 6kW fibre laser, a Kimla BPF linear CNC router, and a Houfek Maxx 4 wide belt sander at MACH 2024 (Hal 17, Stand 440), which is taking place 15-19 April at the NEC, Birmingham.

Kimla fibre lasers maximise the synergy between fibre-laser efficiency and Kimla’s unique CNC motion technology. With automatic pallet loading, compact operational footprint and a choice of laser powers up to 12kW, the PowerCut is aimed at manufacturers looking for a reliable and efficient cutting system.

Designed for the high-production processing of metal punched/laser-cut/routed/water-jet cut components, the modular Houfek range of wide-belt sanders offers both dry and wet configurations, making it particularly suitable for metal applications . Whether customers are looking to calibrate, deburr, finish or edge round, each machine can be specified with any combination of roller disc and brush heads to deliver consistent, reliable results.

Daltons Wadkin managing director Alex Dalton said: “Our presence at MACH 2024 underscores our dedication to leading the way in advanced metalworking machinery and solutions. We are excited to showcase our Kimla and Houfek ranges, which represent the pinnacle of innovation and efficiency in sheet metal processing technology. We look forward to sharing our expertise with visitors and exploring new ways to meet the industry’s evolving needs.”

Visitors to the stand will have the chance to experience the precision and efficiency of Daltons Wadkin’s products. Engineers will be on hand for detailed discussions, offering insights into how these technologies can solve various challenges within the metalworking and manufacturing industries.