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Royal IHC produces more flexible and faster with different systems from MicroStep

For the construction of ship components, Royal IHC relies on MicroStep technologies for cutting

Royal IHC produces more flexible and faster with different systems from MicroStep

The globally active supplier of shipbuilding components relies on CNC machines for plasma cutting, oxyfuel cutting, marking and more

Published 14.06.2018 | Erich Wörishofer

Company profile:

Royal IHCSmitweg 62960 AA KinderdijkNetherlands

Royal IHC with its 52 locations worldwide is a reliable supplier of innovative and efficient equipment, vessels and services for
the offshore, dredging and wet mining markets. With a history steeped in Dutch shipbuilding since the mid-17th century,
Royal IHC‘s shipyards have in-depth knowledge and expertise of engineering and manufacturing high-performance
integrated vessels and equipment and providing sustainable services.

www.royalihc.com

Machine profile:

3x MG series
  • Working 27,000 x 3,500 mm
  • Plasma rotator for weld preparation up to 45°
  • Inkjet marking
  • Automatic plate edge detection

 

MG series
  • Working area 27,000 x 3,500 mm
  • Plasma rotator for weld preparation up to 45° with tool
        adjustment station
  • Inkjet marking
  • Automatic plate edge detection

 

MG series
  • Working area 27,000 x 3,500 mm
  • Plasma rotator for weld preparation up to 50° with auto-
        calibration feature (ACTG®)
  • Inkjet marking
  • Automatic plate edge detection

 

CombiCut series
  • Working area 20,000 x 3,000 mm
  • 2x 2D oxyfuel
  • 2x G-multi station for stripe cutting with 3x 2D oxyfuel torches
        on each 
  • Inkjet marking

 

CombiCut series
  • Working area 9,000 x 3,000 mm
  • 2D plasma
  • 2D oxyfuel 
  • Inkjet marking
Royal IHC  
Royal IHC, one of the world's largest suppliers to the shipbuilding and ship repair sector, relies on MicroStep technology. CNC cutting systems with plasma and/or oxyfuel cutting technology are in use at several locations with large processing areas for large-format sheet metal.
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