Kasto

Amalgamating sawing and storage together

The integration of sawing machines with an automated material handling system has brought significant production and efficiency benefits for one Bavarian-based precision engineering firm.
1 month ago

Second Kasto storage system for non-ferrous metals stockholder

Based in Bremen, Amco Metall Service stocks 7,000 tonnes of aluminium, copper, brass and bronze in its 55,000m² facility and delivers 25,000 tonnes annually to customers mainly in the plant building, metal processing, construction, transportation and shipbuilding sectors. The German family firm has 270 employees and an annual turnover of around €100 million.
1 year ago

The gains of manufacturing technology after Brexit

Despite political wrangling over the past few years and subsequent business uncertainty, the UK remains a strong and successful market for sawing and storage specialist Kasto, according to Ernst Wagner, who runs the German manufacturer's subsidiary in Milton Keynes. PES reports.
2 years ago

A saw for 3D printed aerospace parts

To save time, weight and costs when producing metal aircraft components, Airbus Helicopters in Donauwörth, Bavaria, part of the Airbus Group employing 7,000 staff, has recently turned to additive manufacturing.
2 years ago

KASTOmiwin product brochure

Two-column guided band saw for straight and double-sided mitre cutting in steel service centers and workshops in fully and semi-automatic versions.
2 years ago

Blade flexibility and high productivity

Specialist stockholder serving the oil and gas industry, Howat Group, perhaps better known by its trading names AMS, ESS and Ancon, has installed a 14th Kasto bandsaw – a KASTOwin pro AC 5.6 – at its new centre in Barnsley, which opened at the end of 2018.
2 years ago

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