Huppert Engineering has been extensively involved with aluminum extrusions. Huppert offers a fully vertically integrated extrusion supply option with extrusion press lines ranging from 1250 ton up to 5500 ton presses. Order sizes range from small, to medium, to large volume projects.
Projects include extruded profiles, bent profiles, up to fully fabricated machined profiles for body, structural and chassis applications. Automotive, construction, rail, mining and commercial diesel applications.
HIGH-PRESSURE DIE CAST
Huppert Engineering has been involved with aluminum high pressure die castings for over 25 years and has experience in engineered die cast sales, tooling and production. Within our product portfolio, we have press sizes that go up to 2,000 tons which allows us to support small and large sized components.
Casting and/or aluminum extrusion product machining services offer a high level of precision and customization, ensuring that each component is perfectly tailored to its intended use. These services, which make use of cutting-edge technology and expert craftsmanship, enable intricate designs and complex shapes to be achieved with exceptional accuracy and consistency.
The machining process, whether turning, drilling, milling, or grinding, can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual project, resulting in superior quality and performance. Machining services for cast products provide an unparalleled level of flexibility, ensuring that each piece is not only perfectly machined but also performs flawlessly under even the most demanding conditions.
PROTOTYPE & LOW VOLUME
Huppert Engineering provides advanced prototyping services. This includes tooling design and development as well as sample production. Capabilities in-house and also with strategic partners. Product development is supported through internal group companies.
Huppert Engineering also has extensive experience and supply options for bearings and bearing applications. We offer many various bearing types such as Single Groove Ball Bearings, Needle Bearings, Pinions/Shafts, Taper Roller Bearings, etc. We have bearing experience in both ICE and Electric Vehicle applications.
BLOCK AND HEAD
The core of an engine is represented by an engine block, often called a cylinder block. For numerous engine parts including the crankshaft, pistons, and connecting rods, it provides the essential housing. Casting an engine block is the process of creating an engine block by pouring molten metal into a mold.
Cast iron is used to create engine blocks during the iron engine block casting process. Various iron grades can be used such as gray iron, modified gray iron and CGI (Compacted Graphite Iron). Engine blocks frequently use cast iron due to its high strength, long lifespan, and resilience to wear and tear. Melting iron in a furnace, then pouring it into a mold to give it the desired shape, is the process of casting iron. As the iron cast is prepared, it goes through a number of procedures like machining, heat treating, and finishing to produce an engine block that is ready for use.
In conclusion, iron engine block casting is crucial to the operation of the automotive sector. It is a difficult process that calls for extensive knowledge and skill. The engine block casting must be extremely strong, long-lasting, and wear- and tear-resistant. To guarantee the engine runs smoothly and effectively, it also needs to have a good load-bearing capacity and heat conductivity.
Huppert Engineering has the ability to do engine block design, analysis and also casting.