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JAN VELMANS, ADDIT’S FOUNDER, ...
Jan Velmans, Addit’s founder, received the prize of “Honorowy Obywatel Miasta ...
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TRADE FAIR AT THE BIALYSTOK UNIVERSITY ...
Once again, we took part as an exhibitor at the Bialystok University of Technology trade ...
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CORROSION RESISTANCE TESTING
In connection with the purchase of a salt chamber, our employees participated in training ...
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Sheet metal manufacturing of high mix, low volume, high complexity parts and products has been our strategic technical process from the beginning.

 

Significant part of our production processes is highly automated. Sheets are fully automatically fed to the laser-cutting, punching and combined laser-cutting machines.
90% of bending machines are servo-electronic driven and they have the most modern tooling system and CAM software. Someone numerically controlled inserting machines. Someone numerically controlled inserting machines to prevent missing inserts. Each spot weld made with our spot and projection welding machines is monitored. Surface treatments like nickel plating are not damaged during this process.

Our welders and robots weld at the highest technical level. All welders are officially certificated, and our officially qualified welding engineers guarantee continuous quality of performance.

To manufacture wide format paper-feed-systems within very narrow flatness tolerances, we glue sheet metal parts using a specially designed gluing machine. The respective parts are being clamped by electromagnets. This process enables us to glue different steel as e.g. nickel plated together with galvanised sheet metal.
To assemble the defence consoles of naval radar equipment, which have to resist over 10 G forces because of explosions, we first glue and then rivet the aluminium parts.
Starting with the combined laser cutting and punching machines, we are able to manufacture one piece and small series flexibly at minimal costs.
Lean manufacturing, one piece flow manufacturing, SMED, manufacturing lines for special products and others are all systems we use to optimize logistics and realize cost effective production. 


The company Addit has one of the largest sheet metal manufacturing capabilities in Europe.