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Enhancing Trim Die Performance with Laser Heat Treating: Synergy’s Cutting-Edge Solutions

2024-04-01T14:42:20+00:00April 1st, 2024|Heat Treat, Services|

In the competitive landscape of manufacturing, efficiency, quality, and cost-effectiveness reign supreme. At Synergy, we understand the challenges faced by die makers in delivering high-performance trim dies while managing costs and turnaround times. That's why we've harnessed the power of laser heat treating to revolutionize the industry, offering unparalleled benefits that elevate trim die manufacturing

Laser Heat Treating: A New Cost-Effective Approach to Trim Die Construction

2024-04-21T21:32:59+00:00March 27th, 2024|Heat Treat, Services|

In trim die build, where precision, efficiency, and quality are paramount, the adoption of laser heat treating represents a significant leap forward. This cutting-edge technology not only cut costs and turnaround times but also ensures unparalleled consistency and durability of trim dies. Traditional heat treatment processes for upper and lower trim dies have long relied

Revolutionary Breakthrough: Synergy Unveils Cutting-Edge Laser Hardening Technology for Trim Dies

2023-07-26T01:23:03+00:00July 26th, 2023|Heat Treat|

Conventional heat treating process for trim dies involved leaving an extra stock of material on the die, which was then subjected to induction or flame heat treating. After heat treatment, the dies were machined back to the required tolerances. While this approach had been employed for many years, it presented several challenges and limitations. One

Laser Heat Treating of Guide Ways and Machine Rails

2023-07-26T01:25:25+00:00June 13th, 2023|Heat Treat|

Laser heat treatment is indeed a viable alternative for improving the efficiency, safety, and precision of guide rail manufacturing processes. Laser heat treatment offers several advantages over conventional methods such as flame or induction heat treatment. One of the key benefits of laser heat treatment is its ability to provide precise and localized heating. Laser

Laser Heat Treating on Hem Dies: An Innovative Solution for Automotive Production

2023-03-27T02:01:36+00:00February 12th, 2023|Heat Treat|

  The automotive industry is constantly seeking new and improved methods for producing high-quality vehicles. Hemming is a critical operation in the production process and has a significant impact on the overall quality and performance of a vehicle. Hemming involves bending the edge of a sheet metal over itself, and it is performed on various

Laser Heat Treating of Trim Inserts for Automotive Dies: Improving Performance and Consistency

2023-03-27T02:00:52+00:00February 12th, 2023|Heat Treat, Services|

  In the automotive industry, trim inserts play a crucial role in the production of sheet metal stampings. Trim steels are used to trim the metal sheets after forming operation. To ensure that the trim inserts are strong and durable, they must be heat treated to withstand high shear and fatigue loads. Traditionally, trim inserts

Synergy Additive Manufacturing, LLC Opens Expansion Facility in Grand Rapids, MI

2023-03-27T02:00:02+00:00December 22nd, 2022|Events, Heat Treat|

  We are excited to announce that our state-of-the-art Robotic Laser Heat Treating facility is now open! This is one of the largest Laser Heat Treating facilities built to date in the United States.  Our new location in Grand Rapids, MI, will be capable of handling large dies, molds, shafts, gears, and other components as

#GDIS 2022

2023-01-23T14:55:47+00:00May 16th, 2022|Events, Heat Treat|

  Synergy Additive Manufacturing Co-Founder and CTO Aravind Jonnalagadda and Nitin Kumar are presenting with other industry experts at GDIS 2022. Join us Wednesday, May 18 to learn more about Laser Heat Treating on Form, Trim, & Hot Stamping Dies. This is a trending topic that you do not want to miss! #laserheattreating #additivemanufacturing #GDIS #greatdesignsinsteel

Laser Heat Treating of Hot Stamping Dies

2023-03-27T02:07:22+00:00June 15th, 2021|Heat Treat|

Hot stamping dies are typically hardened throughout, which can create issues during the assembly and testing phase. In order to address any distortions, die makers have traditionally needed to disassemble the entire die, send it for heat treatment, and then recut the die once it has hardened. This process can take weeks and result in

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