Mechanical processing is used in the production of turbine blades, diaphragms and rotors, turbine housings, gear wheels, heat exchange, and other equipment. KTW has a stock of modern machinery equipment, which allows to perform complex processing of rotors, shafts, discs, and diaphragms of turbines, bearing housings, blocks and parts of control units and to manufacture tube boards and partitions, heat exchangers.
Spark eroders allow processing parts from conductive materials of high hardness, thin-walled parts with reduced rigidity. Wire cutting machines cut key seats, all types of tooling, dies, molds, gears with a pitch smaller than one, splines, straight-toothed half-couplings, bushings, and springs.
Technology development takes place with the use of postprocessors and kinematic models, which allow to see the final result of metalworking at the stage of parts modeling.
Automatic mandrel pipe bending complexes with CNC allow bending using both the winding method and the arc pushing method. Control of pipe readiness is performed by the 3D manipulator Romer Absolute Arm.