Bruderer set to unveil ‘UK’ first at MACH 2016

Harwin (L arty)Bruderer UK is set to have its biggest ever presence at MACH later this year and is promising to unveil a ‘UK’ first in high performance stamping.

The Birmigham-based company will be showcasing its BSTA 410-110 for the first time ever in this country, a new high speed press that meets growing customer demand for greater production complexity.

Combining the dynamics of its well-proven BSTA 280 with the performance of a BSTA 510, the new machine boasts a stroke speed of 1600 per minute and an impressive tool loading area of 1100 mm.

“MACH is a major event in our calendar and we always like to be able to launch something new to the market…this year is no different,” explained Adrian Haller, Managing Director of Bruderer UK.

“There has been a lot of interest in the 40 tonne range and the BSTA 410-110 addresses this demand, offering speed, precision and extra bed length capacity. It’s an irresistible combination, especially when you add in the latest high speed precision servo feeder technology we can provide.”

“There will be live demonstrations of the high speed press during the big unveil on Tuesday April 12th at 11am, featuring tooling from precision component manufacturer Fibro.”

Bruderer will have a major presence in the Metalworking Village at MACH and, in addition to the BSTA 410-110, will be promoting its collaboration with ZANI presses, which sees it provide presses from 200 tonne to 1000 tonne, together with service and parts support for the UK and Ireland.

Adrian continued: “We’ll have experts from all areas of the business on hand to meet with delegates and discuss their high-speed press and press shop requirements.

“With MACH now sold out, we are expecting even more interest than last time, with the realistic aim of selling more than £1m of machines.”

Bruderer UK enjoyed significant growth in 2015, seeing sales pass the £3.5m mark with the potential to increase even further over the next twelve months

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