HELLER solutions at Georges Pernoud

Georges Pernoud
Tool and mold making
5-axis machining centers F

Individual manufacture of cast workpieces economically and precisely automated

The French mould and die manufacturer Georges Pernoud SA based in Oyonnax uses industrial machining processes to produce individual parts and therefore opted for the HELLER 5-axis machining center model MCH 350-C. By now, the company has made a name for itself in the industry with high precision and extremely short delivery times.

Task

  • fast and economic production of single workpieces
  • high machine running times for optimized productivity
  • high machine availability
  • high degree of automation
  • complete machining in 5 axes
  • horizontal machining of pockets with a high chip volume

Project scope & solution

  • HELLER MCH 350-C 5-axis machining center
  • machine configured for optimized processes, individually adapted to the requirements in injection molding and die casting
  • tool magazine for 234 tools with tool cleaning device
  • laser control module for wear and tool break monitoring
  • rotary pallet magazine with six pockets
  • 3D check of workpiece conformity with gripper arm for high precision

Result

  • 24-hour production of complex single workpieces and mold frames
  • economic and precise automated production
  • increased competitiveness with new machining options: full machining of complex die casting molds, as well as large and complex single workpieces
  • high precision and extremely short delivery times

Customer testimonial

HELLER Lösungen bei Georges Pernoud: Kundenstimme

Giani Cattin

Responsible for the control process at Georges Pernoud

"Indeed, HELLER has often demonstrated in the past mastery of series production. "HELLER's MCH 350-C, however, also shows that it is possible to machine single workpieces, different on each pallet, economically and precisely in continuous operation. "We (...) very much appreciate being able to achieve maximum performance and high torque thanks to the excellent rigidity of the machine and the C-axis in any position or spindle location."