|Machine Name||Type||X-Axis||Y-Axis||Z-Axis||Rotating||Number of tool location||Speed|
|Matsuura||MC 760V2||760||440||570(+150 height)||4Axl.||30||5000|
|MORI SEIKI||MV 65||1270||650||650(+200 elevated)||4Axl.||40||5000|
|MORI SEIKI||MV 55||1050||550||760||3Axl.||30||4000|
|HERMLE 2pcs||C 40U||650||600||500||5Axl.||38||18000|
|MORI SEIKI||NH5000 DCG||730||730||850||4 AXL||40||14000|
The HWS moulding machine method used by the moulding machine is seiatsu air current-press method. The facility has large flexibility and provides fine surfaces and small drop angles. Brim size 770 x 600 mm. Maximum forming height is about 280+280mm with the possibility of 330mm in the top.
Forming is done with water glass-bound sand and the detail weight varies between 0.1- about 100 kg. In the manufacture of vacuum forming tools, channels (steel tubes) for temperature control are instilled. This casting method is also suitable for manufacturing prototypes.
We use the static cokill casting method weights up to 10 kg.
In 1939 the founder of Sedenborgs Metallgjuteri Nore Sedenborg bought a plot of land in Kvicksund of approximately 2,000 m2. The intention was that he would eventually build a house there.
In 1944, he bought another plot of land directly adjacent to the first. There was the first casting in 1944.
By the end of the 1950s, the foundry had a heyday with a total of 7 employees. Man al- and Cu castings in sand moulds.
In 1957, cokill casting began aluminium alloys.
In 1971, the company was converted into a limited liability company.
In 1978, Nore Sedenborg retired from sick 59 years Lasse Sedenborg, then 24 years old, bought the company from his father. The price was SEK 675,000. He had already in 1975 taken over responsibility for the company.
In 1984, the company begins processing the goods.
Sedenborgs Metallgjuteri invested in 1994 in a new make-up machine Hws. The investment was SEK 6.5 million. The foundry employed 8 people during the autumn 1994.
In 2006 Aluminiumproduktion AB was bought in Kristinehamn. During the years 2006 - 2009, SEK 20 million is invested in machinery and buildings
The business is currently run in its own premises of approximately 8,000 square meters. Number 40 people (2008), of which 36 are in Kvicksund and 4 in Eskilstuna.