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AIDA-America Stamping Press Manufacturing Facility

The World's Most Advanced Stamping Press Manufacturing Facility AIDA-America, Dayton, OH, USA
AIDA-America Corporation is AIDA Engineering, LTD’s North American headquarters for manufacturing, service and support. Based in Dayton, Ohio, AIDA constructed its facility on 49 acres in 1997 to partner with customers by building flexible production systems and creating new technologies able to meet changing part requirements. AIDA provides customers with a strong competitive advantage by evaluating production requirements and identifying the most efficient solutions. AIDA is also giving manufacturers additional flexibility by allowing companies to outsource its machining centers to fabricate a range of components.

Full range of mechanical presses 35 to 4,000 tons, 1 to 1500 SPM

One of six AIDA manufacturing facilities worldwide

Part of a global production capacity of nearly 2,000,000 million square feet

AIDA-America expanded its 160,000 square foot factory by 17,600 square feet to bring large component welding in-house and increase large component machining capacity

More than 30 acres stand ready for future growth

Expanded machining capacity includes small, medium and large machining of critical parts up to 10 meters long x 6 meters high x 3 meters deep

Computer controlled, energy management system keeps factory temperature constant year-round

One 150-ton, two 100-ton, and two 50-ton overhead cranes as well as low and high bays with assembly pits support manufacturing

AIDA-America is the only North American metalforming solution provider with the in-house flexibility to fabricate, machine and assemble larger presses up to 3,500 tons

Continuous Flow Means Optimized Production AIDA-America has optimized its unique CONTINUOUS FLOW process from the machining of major frame and drive components to sub-assembly, assembly and machine testing. Machine tools have full on-line capabilities and are connected to Parametric Technology/Pro-Engineer engineering and manufacturing systems for rapid response to customer requirements. Additions to the shipping and logistics area facilitate more efficient loading and shipping.

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