In these times, more than ever. incoming orders “just in time” have to be executed promptly.
The key word here is „The competition is not asleep”.
Even if machine investments are put on the back burner, good tools are always needed, because nothing goes without them!
For this reason LACH DIAMANT has chosen the Diamond Tool as the focal point for the LIGNA 2009.
LACH DIAMANT is celebrating an anniversary: Exactly 30 years ago, at the LIGNA 1979, our company presented as the first manufacturer worldwide cutting tools with polycrystalline synthetic diamonds (PCD) for milling, sawing and drilling for the woodworking and plastic industry.
A sensation indeed which was very much noticed by the manufacturers of carbide tools, because the so called diamond tools showed a service life (run time) on the machine of approximately 250 to 300 times longer than carbide tools …
Based on the discovery of the spark erosion process for polycrystalline synthetic diamonds (originally Europe Patent No. 0010276) by LACH DIAMANT the diamond tool started its triumphant advance around the world. These tools, with their much longer service life were successfully applied in the wood, furniture and plastic industry.
Diamond tools have not reached the end of their development as it has been recognized for some time at LACH DIAMANT
Paired with the extensive know-how of diamond processing, since 1922, our own special machine building technology for manufacturing and servicing of diamond tools (see »Dia-2100-mini”) LACH DIAMANT has developed and manufactures today with great success diamond tools for the aerospace and vehicle industry, which is committed to future light weight design with glass fiber or carbon fiber reinforced materials (GRP and CFRP).
It is worth your while not only to visit the LIGNA 2009 but also profit from stopping by at LACH DIAMANT the diamond tool manufacturers from Hanau, Germany with production facilities in Grand Rapids, Michigan/USA.
LACH DIAMANT will be present at the LIGNA, Hannover at Hall 26, Booth D 35
from May 16 to 22, 2009