Technical preparation of production (TPP) means detailed technological procedures and activities preceding the production of the ordered component.
Traditional metalworking methods include conventional machining and cutting. We have been machining metal parts classically from the very beginning.
We are not afraid of anything in relation to metalworking. Thanks to conventional machining, i.e., conventional turning, milling, surface grinding, circular grinding, shape grinding, and metal cutting on a band saw, we produce reliable pressing tools in our own tool works.
We also produce jigs for machining and tools for cold forming. Are you looking for a conventional machining supplier who also welds and paints your component straight away? Contact us. More and more companies are using the comprehensive subcontracting possibilities in our country.
We make our own tools
We at CENTES have plenty of experience with conventional turning, milling or circular grinding, for example.
Thanks to conventional turning, we produce:
- stamping tools
- machining jigs
- cold forming tools
We are a Czech family company
We have had a tradition since 1991
We focus on small and medium series production
Quality guaranteed thanks to ISO 9001:2008 certification
Financial stability thanks to TOP rating
We can supply a comprehensive subcontract
We work with the sophisticated KARAT system
We provide national and international transport
Cutting means machining of a metal workpiece using a machine tool. Metal chips are formed during cutting.
Chipless machining methods do not use material removal by mechanical work. Unlike cutting, they produce virtually no chips.
Painting is the final stage of metal surface treatment. In our modern paint shop, we provide powder and wet coating on delivered components.
We do not focus exclusively on metalworking. We also offer these services for our customers so that they have no need to go elsewhere in terms of electrical equipment production and assembly.
We can produce special cutting tools for sheet metal processing on hydraulic or manual presses. All we need is drawings.