In the processing of the reduction dies, TEMSA mechanically processes all surfaces wherever it is geometrically possible, thereby improving the lifespan of the tool. If EDM processing is unavoidable, TEMSA’s EDM department is fitted with modern electrode and wire-EDM equipment, both entirely robotized.
TEMSA reduction dies are polished before and after coating, resulting on the internal required polishing. All designs are checked to verify its feasibility before proceeding to manufacture. TEMSA advises clients whenever improvements could be performed or where errors in the drawings are detected.
TEMSA suggests and integrates, with considerable success, new carbide alloys for different types of dies for improved performance. A clear example of success is the end-reducing die after extrusion.
TEMSA is testing different alloys on
carbide dies, operating under great
stress or abrasion, substantially
improving their lifespan.