Porite India adds servo-motorised CNC press from Dorst

June 22, 2021

Porite India has added an EP 70 electric powder press from Dorst (Courtesy Dorst Technologies GmbH)

Porite India Pvt Ltd, Pune, India, has added an EP 70 electric powder press from Dorst Technologies GmbH, Kochel am See, Germany, to its range of Powder Metallurgy machinery. Dorst reports that this is the first multi-platen close-loop powder compacting press to be installed in the country.

Porite India began commercial parts production in 2017, manufacturing components for vehicles and power tools, as well as oilless bearings for a variety of sectors, such as electronics, aviation, green energy, and industrial production. In pursuit of continuous innovation and increasing sustainability, the company is making R&D efforts and adopting increasingly sophisticated equipment to ensure high quality, performance and efficiency.

The company has a range of compacting presses, with specifications from 5 tons to 500 tons and advanced CNC hydraulic systems, conventional and high-temperature sintering furnaces, sinter hardening and automatic sizing machines.

The Dorst EP 70 press is said to offer high levels of precision and productivity, including quick tool changes, at relatively low maintenance costs. In line with Porite’s green goals, the press features an intelligent management system with an energy buffer.

www.porite.co.in

www.dorst.de

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