The largest manufacturer of offshore wind towers in Northern Europe has ordered a new DAVI heavy four-roll machine with the capability rolling steel 4.0-m wide by 145-mm thick. “It’s the largest four-roll machine in the world completely dedicated to building foundations for offshore wind towers,” says Davi President Orazio
“The Davi High Productivity Package convinced that top player to buy our Wind Tower system for its benefits in building giant parts with only one operator, all the while requiring less production time than competitive machines,” adds Orazio.
The Davi Productivity Package for wind towers has been updated with the Davi iRoll CNC. The software, based on Apple iPad, lets an operator draw a part to roll and then starts production by sending the program by iPad Wi-Fi to the machine.
The iRoll puts all the information about the machine at a user’s fingertips. Then it connects to the Davi Service Center to dialog directly with a technician, dedicated to supply the required support.
Orazio adds that the European company had purchased several four-roll rolling machines in 1999 and 2001, and that let it work its way into the heavy duty offshore wind market with a machine capable of rolling steel 3.600-m wide by 125-mm thick (12 ft x 5 in.).
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your company made an installation of 4 rolling machine at the Nigeria Port Authority located in cross river state Nigeria without leaving the installation Manuel and diagram for easy troubleshooting in case of any faults and now the machines has malfunction there no way to trouble shoot the faults. the problem with the machine is that the upper roller does not rotate how can we solve this problem without the aid of the diagram?
Nic Sharpley says
Have you contacted Davi directly?