The automotive supply chain market has become seamless all over the world, and this brings increased global competition in the market.
Our partners' technicians are regularly trained by YASDA and are available to respond to your questions quickly.
Furthermore, we have an established supply chain to ensure that you receive machine parts in a timely fashion, to minimize your machine downtime.
YASDA’s 5-Axis machines have a great potential to improve milling performance on difficult-to-cut materials for the Aerospace Industry,
mainly due to their outstanding high rigidity as well as their high machining accuracy. The use of our hand scraping process in each key assembly also helps provide long-term reliability in machining accuracy and performance.
Today the demand of hard milling is continuously increasing worldwide, and many die and mold customers profit by adopting hard milling.
Our vertical machining centers have been playing a key role in the high-end milling market. Customers can integrate several processes of manufacturing precision die and mold, such as hardening after rough removal, making electrodes, EDM process, and manual polishing, etc.
Following the recent growth of industries such as medical, IT, automotive, connectors, optical, plastic injection, etc., mold forms are becoming smaller and much more precise.
The demand for hard milling for these types of micro molds has dramatically increased. This type of mold requires a smoother surface and finer corners, more precision in each dimension, as well as faster milling time.
For many Job shops, having highly accurate and reliable 5-Axis machining centers is becoming more important every day.
Process integration is in high demand and, as the accuracy requirements of various components increase, we are facing a shortage of labor.
YASDA PRECISION CENTER is the best solution to meet these requirements. Hand scraped mounting faces on the base components, plus in-house built rotary tables and spindles are providing outstanding cutting performance compared to other machines.