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References Application examples from the field

Several thousand customers worldwide already rely on VOLLMER expertise and are successfully using our technologies.

You can read some of these success stories here – clearly structured according to the various product ranges.

Japanese toolmaker relies on VOLLMER sharpening technology

"We produce and sharpen moulds for our customers, who play a key role in the manufacturing industry, in order to shape or cast metal components", states Managing Director Dr.-Ing. Yasuhiro Yao of Heiwa Sangyo Co. Ltd. from Tokyo. "For machining the moulds we use cutting tools which we manufacture and resharpen with the VOLLMER grinding machine VGrind – automated and around the clock."

Sharpening saw blades at the Yellow Sea

Hwaseong lies on the coast of the Yellow Sea in South Korea – around 50 kilometres from Seoul. The region is a popular sun holiday destination and has also made a name for itself in the sporting world. The footballer Bum-kun Cha was born here in 1953 – Asia's footballer of the 20th century. In the 1980s he played over 300 times in the German Bundesliga and scored just under 100 goals for the clubs Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer Leverkusen.

When Swabians sharpen special tools

The Swabian company Günther Wirth (GW) develops solid carbide and PCD (polycrystalline diamond) rotating cutting and special tools for the international manufacturing industry. GW has at its disposal a modern machine fleet comprising around 100 machines.

Dutch company sharpens circular saws with Swabian technology

Dutch company Kinkelder has made a name for itself on the global arena with its carbide-tipped circular saw blades, high-speed steel circular saw blades and segmental circular saw blades. For producing and resharpening saw blades, Kinkelder has a fleet of more than 20 sharpening machines manufactured by Swabian grinding and erosion machine specialists VOLLMER. The VOLLMER CHD, CHF and CM sharpening machines are among their most recent acquisitions.

The sharp 13 for tool construction

"For 25 years, in our third generation, we are not only developing solid carbide and PCD tools, but also automated solutions such as clamping and lifting devices," says Michael Enzenross, responsible for corporate communications. "We have a product range that generates just under nine million euros per year."

Fully automated grinding of milling cutters in Upper Bavaria

"In two years' time, we would like to be the German number 1 in milling cutter development," says Andreas Vratny, CEO of Hofmann & Vratny and son of the company's co-founder Zdenek Vratny. "Our top priority is ensuring the highest quality and precision possible. This was one of the reasons for choosing the Vgrind 160. Thanks to its automation, we can continue production at all hours of the day, on a three-shift basis."

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