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  • DIETRONIC Blechexpo 2023 Press release

    Dietronic Srl's Innovations and Challenges in Sheet Metal Processing: Interview with Peter Bond

    Published on 12/12/23
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  • The sheet metal processing industry faces growing challenges and a constant demand for innovation. Metal-Interface had the opportunity to interview Peter Bond from Dietronic Srl, a company specializing in the precise control of oil application in the sheet metal forming process. This discussion reveals the industry's current challenges and the innovative solutions proposed by Dietronic Srl.

  • Environmental and economic challenges

    Peter Bond points out that one of the main challenges for sheet metal companies is to improve their environmental impact, particularly with regard to the use of oil, a key component of their products. What's more, against a backdrop of economic uncertainty exacerbated by global instabilities such as the problems in Ukraine and the Middle East, companies need to make substantial savings and quickly demonstrate the return on investment of their equipment.

    Innovation at the heart of Dietronic Srl
    Dietronic Srl stands out for its innovative approach, focused on reducing costs for the customer and improving the efficiency of the sheet metal forming process. Their technology enables precise control of oil application and recovery, minimizing its environmental impact. This innovation is not limited to the product itself, but also extends to the man-machine interface, where the company strives to reduce operator intervention, thereby increasing process efficiency and consistency.

  • Environmental Impact Reduction and Process Improvement

    Dietronic Srl's approach makes a significant contribution to improving worker health and protecting the environment by minimizing oil mist emissions. In addition, precise control of oil application improves the service life of cutting tools and other machinery components, while avoiding costly secondary operations such as excessive washing.