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Fire house cabinets
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Optimising your production targets starts with high quality smart machines. For this we make punching and bending machines which can produce several products simultaneously. For instance, the casing as well as the doors of electric cabinets in the electronics industry. This added value offers solutions with which you can optimise your production. For today and tomorrow.
Electrical low and high voltage cabinets (up to 2 mm thick) are constructed of casing and covers with special bending (cabinet depths up to 400 mm from one piece) in which different fixing components and safety components are mounted. Our punching and bending machines can automatically add these products, leading to direct savings in your production process.
In combination with the high output (up to four products per minute) our added value speaks for itself.
WEMO designs unique and flexible solutions for the production of casing and covers for electrical cabinets in the electronics industry. These fully-automatic punching and bending machines deliver a high output against low costs. By automatically adding fixing components and connections, our punching and bending machines ensure substantial savings. In combination with the superior quality (100% closed corners), this ensures continual optimisation of your production process.
How to completely strip and remove a rear door from a peugeot 406 Saloon.
This includes removing the door latch, window winer mechanism and door glass.
The video should help if your having problems with a door latch such as it not locking or unlocking, if your window isn’t going up and down, if you need to replace a smashed window, or if your door needs to be removed for a respray.
Although a car with manual rear windows is featured in the video, i have done this on a car with rear electric windows and the process is the same, there is an electric window switch to lift out of the way and the electric motor must be disconnected but the mechanism or regulator looks very similar to the manual one.
When removing the door bolts have someone to catch it to prevent it falling, if its fully loaded with all the mechanisms and glass in place then it is a bit heavier, but stripped out its quite an easy thing to carry.
It is worth noting that you could unbolt the door with everything still in it, which would be convenient if you need a replacement door from a car in a scrapyard with the exact same trim level as your own, just disconnect the electrical connector and unbolt the door.
As for the issue with the door not staying open i have taken out the check strap and tried to repair it with a bit of success, i will do a separate video on this issue.