The Fastest Way to Make Holes in Aluminum Extrusions
Watch the video below to learn how one UniPunch customer makes 20 holes at a time with the UniPunch system.
Tamlyn, a building products company, makes interior and exterior aluminum trim products. They needed a quick, cost-effective way to put holes in five different aluminum extrusions. The solution was the simple, yet adaptable UniPunch system.
How UniPunch Speed Helps You:
- Faster Production Speed
More holes in more parts per hour. If you’re finishing 400 parts in a day now, imagine 2,400 instead.
- Faster Into Production
We can provide most UniPunch tooling within days, so there’s no need for you to wait months.
- Faster Setup Time
Faster changeover from part to part.
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through December 31st, 2019!
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Our experts have helped thousands of manufacturers increase their speed of production.
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“When I came in, they didn’t know about UniPunch. It used to take them three weeks to complete 300 locks…now we’re making 600 in one week just because I knew about the UniPunch system and was able to teach them how to use it and pick up our production.”
– Lock Set and Door Hardware Manufacturer
“The operators like working with the tooling. Once it’s set up and you have your template made, it’s a breeze…just a snap.”
The Metalworking Group
“Without costing an arm and a leg, there is just no other way to do it. The labor would be outrageous.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How fast can UniPunch send tooling to me?
Fast—often within days. The nice thing about modular UniPunch tooling is that it’s available off the shelf, so even if a project needs some customization, you can still be in production quickly.
Can Unipunch make more than one hole at a time?
Absolutely! This is just one of the ways that production with UniPunch can be so much faster.
What materials can be punched with UniPunch?
UniPunch is commonly used on mild steel, stainless steel, A36, aluminum, copper, brass, composite materials, fiberglass, plastic, and rubber.
What kind of shapes can UniPunch make?
While UniPunch can be customized for almost any shape, here are some of the most common shapes.
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Some of the Most Common UniPunch Applications
Tubing & Pipe
- Shaped Holes
- Round Holes
- Door sills
- Window Frames
- Computer Racks
- Truck Trailer Components
- Roll Formed
- Brake Formed
- I Beams
Let’s Discuss How UniPunch Can Help You
Tell us about your project, and we’ll recommend the right UniPunch solution for your needs.