Applications: coil systems as needed.

We configure customized coil lines for flexible metal processing, designed to match the specific customer application requirements. Our cut-to-length lines can also be equipped with punching, stamping and bending units along with laser cutting systems.

Coil systems for flexible cuts.

Reliably process varying material thicknesses using ARKU coil systems for flexible cuts. Our cut-to-length lines can be equipped with punching, stamping and bending units, for example. Integrated punching systems enable customized perforation.

ARKU coil line for flexible cuts. Integrated punching systems enable customized perforation

Coil-laser systems.

Lasers increase efficiency: coil-fed laser systems offer significantly higher machine operating times than systems that process sheets. Our coil-laser systems enable you to minimize machine downtimes, produce without operators and also reduce your material usage.

  • Continuous material supply for less waste.
  • Material savings of at least 7% and up to 30% for large parts.

A coil-laser system provides your manufacturing with the greatest flexibility down to a lot size of 1. ARKU designs the coil-laser system to match your specific needs.

Working in close cooperation with ARKU, Trumpf developed the coil-fed HSL laser system.

ARKU's services at a glance.

  • Cut-to-length lines with swiveling shears
  • Multi-blanking systems
  • Coil systems for tailored strips and tailored blanks
  • Feeding systems with punching, stamping and bending operations
  • Edge trimming and center slitting
  • Coil-laser systems

Additional information.

Contacts.

Franck Hirschmann
Vice President Sales
T: +1 513 985-0500

franck.hirschmann[at]arku.com

Success stories.

“We received a highly flexible cut-to-length line that was precisely designed to meet our exacting needs.”"  - Günter Knecht, Project Manager at BITO Lagertechnik. More about customers’ successful use of our machines:

To the success stories

Why leveling?

Internal stresses and unevenness adversely affect your parts and sheets during subsequent processing. Find out what happens when unleveled parts are processed and why leveling is so important.

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