Punch Motive groups provide full-service design, engineering, manufacturing and programme management services. Our group company Punch Metals designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of complex metal components and sub-assemblies for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in the global automotive industry. Its core competencies are coil processing and robotic sheet-metal working processes such as cutting, bending and deep-drawing and special assembly techniques such as riveting, ultrasound and electrical arch welding
Punch Metals produces complex components with the close tolerances characteristic of the automotive industry. Other equipment includes fastening and assembling equipment and sophisticated welding equipment such as automated and robotised (spot) welding cells, customised welding cells and other standalone welding equipment.
Device/Component ManufacturerAutomated welding equipment
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