Elevating Manufacturing: Kimastle Corporation’s Mastery of Punch and Pierce Automation

Oct 4, 2023

In the world of modern manufacturing, efficiency and precision are paramount. Whether it’s the automotive industry or other sectors, finding innovative solutions for complex punching applications can significantly impact production quality and speed. Enter Kimastle Corporation, a leader in punch and pierce automation. With our team of skilled engineers and a vast range of experiences, we have been revolutionizing industries with our cutting-edge automation solutions.

The Kimastle Difference

Kimastle Corporation takes pride in our engineering team’s exceptional skills, particularly when it comes to solving the most challenging punching applications. Their ability to tackle even the most difficult materials and textures is what sets them apart in the world of automation. From interior and exterior punching applications in the automotive industry to materials and finishes across various sectors, Kimastle’s expertise knows no bounds.

Versatility in Materials

One of Kimastle’s standout features is our ability to work with an extensive range of materials. These materials include:

  1. Thermoplastic Polyolefins (TPO): Known for their durability and flexibility, TPO materials are commonly used in automotive interiors and exteriors.
  2. Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS): ABS plastics are renowned for their strength and impact resistance, making them ideal for a variety of applications.
  3. Polyphenylene Oxide (PPO): PPO materials are valued for their high-temperature resistance and dimensional stability.
  4. Polycarbonate/Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (PC-ABS): PC-ABS blends combine the best of both worlds, offering strength, heat resistance, and ease of processing.
  5. Polypropylene (PP): PP is a versatile material used in everything from packaging to automotive components.
  6. Vinyl, Leather, Carpet, Foam, and Rubber: These materials are commonly used in upholstery, flooring, and interior components across industries.
  7. Azdel Composites: Azdel composites are used in applications where high strength-to-weight ratios are crucial, such as RV and automotive interiors.
  8. Metals: Kimastle can also handle various metals, offering punching solutions for different manufacturing needs.
  9. Surfaces: Whether it’s painted surfaces (acrylic and water-based), grained textures, or colored finishes, Kimastle can accommodate a wide range of surface types.

Types of Automation

Kimastle Corporation employs a variety of automation techniques to cater to diverse punching requirements. These include:

  1. Sonic Punching: Utilizing high-frequency vibrations, sonic punching offers precision and speed, making it suitable for delicate materials.
  2. Mechanical Punching: Mechanical punching provides robust and consistent punching solutions, ensuring durability and accuracy.
  3. Hydraulic Punching: Hydraulic systems offer powerful and versatile punching capabilities, suitable for a wide range of materials.
  4. Servo Punching: Servo-controlled automation allows for precise control and repeatability, making it ideal for intricate punching tasks.
  5. Hyper Punching: High-speed punching solutions to meet the demands of rapid production cycles.
  6. Pneumatic Punching: Pneumatic systems provide a cost-effective approach to punching tasks with varying force requirements.

Connecting with Kimastle Corporation

To explore the punch and pierce automation solutions that Kimastle Corporation can provide for your specific application, get in touch with one of our experienced sales engineers today. We are ready to assess your needs, offer expert guidance, and help you achieve optimal results in your manufacturing processes.

In a world where precision, efficiency, and versatility are key, Kimastle Corporation stands as a beacon of innovation in the field of punch and pierce automation. With our commitment to excellence and our wide range of experiences, we continue to shape industries across the board, ensuring that manufacturing processes remain on the cutting edge of technology.

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