OUR EXPERIENCE IN TOOL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION – YOUR ADVANTAGE

These core competencies lie in more than 140 years of experience and additionally include, from the development to series production, an extensive service chain.

DESIGN & SIMULATION

A key factor for success in tool building lies in the planning phase. Planning, construction and simulation is carried out by experienced technicians and designers using industry specific software and hardware. Precise forming simulations guaranty high quality and optimised processes, prior to production.

KNOW-HOW

Through the co-operation with leading automobile manufacturers and system suppliers, VNT has achieved a much valued, international “Know-How” advantage. We see it as our duty to continue to expand these achievements through ongoing training and the use of new technologies.

IN-HOUSE PRODUCTION OR SOURCING MANAGEMENT

Years of Know-How growth in the technology area of tool building for the automotive and non-automotive industry, have built the foundation for a combination of:

  • In-house tool manufacturing and
  • Source management for larger tooling packages

COMPETENT SUPPORT FROM A SINGLE SOURCE

YOUR ADVANTAGE

  • Utilisation of the global sourcing market and co-ordination of the entire contract
  • Co-ordination of the internal project partners
  • Progress reports on production status as well as co-ordination and flexible handling of change requests
  • Production control and order management

MOBILE TOOL BUILDING

VNT SERVICES

  • Provide stamping capacity and expert staff for the try-out, and world-wide support of suppliers
  • Handover and qualified training on tooling, at the customer’s plant
  • Ensure a smooth process during the start-up and perform any corrective measures
  • Own tool building as a back-up, to solve any challenges on short notice
  • Provide technical and specialised support, as required

YOUR ADVANTAGES

  • Avoids breaks in production process
  • Customer saves on provision of own staff
  • Press capacity will not be prevented by tryouts