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SEYI - The Leading Company in Stamping Press Industry

Presses are an important, though not ascendant, component of the machine tool industry. The SEYI company is a very good example of development in metal stamping business industry. Constant progress is achieved with bringing a new innovative patents and technological solutions. Main target for SEYI is to take a leading position in the press manufacturing market. SEYI has existed for over 45 years. Main activity of the company is mechanical presses manufacturing. SEYI is the world leader in press manufacturing industry with sold more than 4000 machines all over the World!

Position of the company is not achieved only through famous hard work of Chinese society, but with bringing to the market innovative servo presses solutions. Application of servomotors for die movement, radically changed technological capabilities of the press.

Servomotors combined with PLC controllers, allowed to use programmable cycles, which was impossible with standards applications. For example: pressing with programmable vibrations. This kind of application allows reducing unwanted residual strain in metal sheet.

Other examples of this innovative servo technology are: pressing with controlled force, access to predefined cycles, full control of acceleration at tonnage rating point. Almost 40% of production is exported to China, 26% to Southeast Asia and 10% to India.

The position of the company is established by innovative solutions, reasonable competitive prices and fast delivery time. SEYI can provide any press machine in 2 to 4 months, while the competition requires at least 6 months. The company is concentrated on service support and does not sell machines to countries that do not have a service representative. The most important for SEYI is customer satisfaction, even at the risk of lower profits. SEYI, mainly, carries out the research and development activities by the in-house team but still cooperates with some universities in precise projects.

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