September 29 + 30, 2020
Stuttgart, Germany
Fabienne Müller

Feintool Technologie AG

Booth No. 14

Industriering 3
3250 Lyss
Switzerland

www.feintool.com/

Feintool is an internationally active technology and market leader in the field of fineblanking. This technology is characterized by cost-effectiveness, highest quality and productivity. As a driver of innovation, we continually expand the horizons of fineblanking and develop intel-ligent solutions to meet the requirements of our customers: either fineblanking systems with innovative tools or the complete production of precise fineblanked, formed and stamped electro lamination components in high outputs for demanding industrial applications. The processes used support the trends in the automotive industry. Feintool acts as a project and development partner in the areas of lightweight construction/sustainability, module varia-tions/platforms and alternative drive concepts such as hybrid and electric drives. The company, founded in 1959 and headquartered in Lyss, Switzerland, owns its production plants and technology centers in Europe, the United States, China and Japan, always making sure to be geographically close to its customers. Around 2,600 employees and over 80 train-ees work worldwide on new solutions and create key advantages for Feintool customers.

Product Highlights:

FEINFORMING: INNOVATIVE FUTURE TECHNOLOGY Based on our decades of experience in fineblanking and forming technology, we are committed to developing processes for our customers that form the basis for achieving innovative technological leaps. In this context, precision, tolerance minimization, optimization, quality, and cost-effective processes and manufacturing methods all play a crucial role. FEINforming is Feintool’s cutting-edge manufacturing process for the production of high-performance metal bipolar plates for fuel cells. In addition to membrane electrode assemblies (MEA), these plates constitute the key component of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEM). Our one-of-a-kind approach consists of simultaneously producing all of the internal and external geometries relevant to the stack as well as the flow field of the bipolar plates in an integrated process. As a result, we are giving our customers and partners access to a highly economical and optimized production process for fuel-cell drives that are as powerful as they are compact for zero-emission electric vehicles or for stationary fuel cells.

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