After a set-up phase spanning several weeks, regular production can begin.
Dinklage. On the 23rd of May, the heavy-duty transport with the KSL3 machine weighing a total of 30 tons turned into the driveway of the Heller Tools GmbH in Dinklage. Six weeks later, it is ready for use.
When Philipp Haindl, Managing Director of the Heller shareholder Serafin, and Heller Managing Director Jörg Frommeyer pressed the start button together, they gave the official starting signal for the fully automatic machining center, one of the most modern of its kind in the world. At Heller, we are very happy about this investment, which completely opens up new capabilities for the production of multi-flute cutters at the company.