Pladebearbejdnings Processer

APC ApS tilbyder, som dansk kinesisk underleverandør, pladebearbejdning af primært stål og aluminiumsemner samt div. legeringer. Processerne kan være laserskæring, buk, chassi fremstilling osv. Samt overfladebehandling.  Tilbud Ønskes

Vi tilbyder lavvolumen og prototype produktion i Shenzhen. Typisk fra 3 til 10 stk med ca 1 uges leveringstid. Serieproduktion foretages i Ningbo og Cangzhou på specialfabrik med garanti for global konkurrencedygtig pris.


CNC Klip

Applications: Can cut a wider variety of materials such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum or copper with precision tolerances. Its cost could be cheaper compare to the laser cut.

Mode: AMADA AMK6-31
Max Cut Size 3100mm width'
Max.6mm thick for steel and aluminum sheet and max.4mm thick cutting capacity for stainless steel sheet
Precision: +/-0.15mm



A press brake is a press used to bend, form or punch metal. It is a press that exerts a force on a set of dies. The force can be created by mechanical, hydraulic, electric or manual means.

Older systems used dies made to the angle of the bend desired. When sheet metal was pressed between the dies it took the angle of the dies when the dies bottomed. This is called bottom bending. If enough tonnage is exerted on the metal to make a sharp corner, this can also be called coining.

Most press brakes today use air bending. This is a process where a sophisticated control determines the depth that the punch or upper die extends into the lower die. Air bending takes much less tonnage than bottom bending or coining.

More complicated parts require interface with a CNC back gauge to allow the operator to more accurately position metal for forming. Our state-of-the-art precision press brakes are of a unique up-acting design in which the hydraulic cylinders in the lower beam match the deflection of the upper beam to eliminate part canoeing and deliver consistent production quality.

Our high tonnage press brakes offer a wide range of capacities for various materials.


Mode: FNT 170-3 Up to 12 mm steel bending capacity. Part lengths up to 3200 mm long.


CNC Punches

Applications: Our CNC punches are state of the art. Improvements in press drive technology, machine control design, tooling, and CAD/CAM programming software are increasing the throughput capability and the overall versatility of CNC turret punch press equipment in our factory.

CNC punches have high hit rates on the mechanical ram system as a direct result of the faster axis speeds and quicker acceleration and deceleration supplied by servo systems. A mechanical ram has a fixed stroke length, which starts at the fully retracted position and finishes with the ram at the exact bottom position. This type of system is simple to program and operate. This means that we can take smaller orders and be competitive in pricing as well as fulfill larger orders.


1270 x 2500mm Sheet Size Capacity
5052 Aluminum: 6mm thick
Hot Roll Steel: Pickled & Oiled: 3.2mm thick
Galvanized: 3.2mm
A36 Steel: 3.2mm
304L/316L Stainless Steel: 2mm
Position precision: +/-0.05

Lacer Cut
Lacer Cut
Lacer cut

CNC Laser Cut

Advantages: Precise, clean cutting and often does not require further processing. Ideal for carbon and stainless steel ,sheet metal, and intricate patterns. A fast, repeatable and highly accurate process which is ideal for high production runs. Not recommended for conductive materials like copper.

No physical contact with work piece

Small heat affected zone(less than plasma)
Minimal Material Warping
Precision Cutting
Complex Contours
Intricate shapes
Clean Edges
Narrow Kerf
Part Nesting
No Tool Wear

Technology: A computer controlled high power laser beam is focused on the workpiece and the resulting heat energy melts or vaporizes the material. Any resulting molten material is blown way by pressurized gas during the cutting process creating a high quality edge.


Max Cut Size 2500 x 4000mm'
Mild Steel up to 15mm thick
Stainless Steel up to 10mm thick
Aluminum up to 6mm thick
Positioning accuracy +/- .05mm (Relative position)
Power- 3600 Watts



Stamping includes a variety of sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes, such as punching using a machine press or stamping press, blanking, embossing, bending, flanging, and coining. This could be a single stage operation where every stroke of the press produce the desired form on the sheet metal part, or could occur through a series of stages. Die stamping's most advantage is cheap cost comparing to other forming ways for mass production.
·Deep drawing
·Repousse and chasing (embossing)
·Progressive stamping