RAMPF Machine Systems with New Management Team
RAMPF Machine Systems, the market-leading expert for complete machine bed solutions and machine systems made from alternative materials such as mineral casting, ultra-high performance concrete, and hard stone, is being managed by Marc Dizdarevic and Stefan Foroutan.
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Marc Dizdarevic and Stefan Foroutan:
RAMPF Machine Systems has been the market leader for machine beds and machine bed components based on alternative materials for several decades. In terms of precision, quality, and sustainability, we offer a comprehensive product range for the development and production of high-performance machines in a wide variety of industries. In addition to their excellent vibration damping and thermal stability, our materials EPUMENT® mineral casting and EPUDUR ultra-high performance concrete stand for resource-saving production as well as environmentally friendly disposal and recycling. Furthermore, the cold-casting process of our materials enables sensors and actuators to be directly integrated into the casting. This creates 'intelligent’ machine beds that make an important contribution to Industry 4.0.
RAMPF Machine Systems, based in Wangen (Göppingen), has been developing and manufacturing system solutions, trunk machines, basic machinery, and multi-axis positioning and moving systems since 1996. Alongside conventional machine tool construction, these are used in numerous applications in the semi-conductor, laser, medical, and packaging industries.
In the RAMPF Grinding Center, high-precision machine systems are produced using innovative replication, grinding, and lapping processes in temperature-controlled production environments.
Precise surfaces on machine beds made of mineral casting can also be achieved by RAMPF Machine Systems’ pioneering replication technology. With new materials and optimized production and processing methods, a flatness of 0.02 millimeters and a straightness of 0.02 millimeters over a molding length of 4 meters are generated.
Marc Dizdarevic and Stefan Foroutan succeed Thomas Altmann and Dirk Haumann, who held the position of CEO of RAMPF Machine Systems from October 2017 to February 2020.