Fortiva offers one of the market’s widest range for cutting, turning, drilling, milling, deburring and clamping
”Fast and stable processing of large series, with as few disturbances as possible –this is a typical client’ brief to Fortiva’s production technical specialist; together, we worked out a higher degree of automation that provided a safer process with fewer disruptions.
We offer a consulting services, ranging from method selection, time studies, development of special tools to programming and support at the start of production. The services meet the needs that grow as the industry enters what is usually called the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0.”
Needs are what govern us and they start with our customers. Micor Toolings business is to design and manufacture saw blades, bandsaw blades, and planing tools. Also deliver cost-effective cutting solutions, contributing to our customer’s competitiveness and profitability
As a manufacturer of saw blades, this means helping our customers to achieve the right quality of cut concerning sizing and surface quality which saves precious raw materials and costly after working.
With more than 50 years of accumulated knowledge, we know what is required and as with any kind of manufacturing the result depends on several factors. Here at Micor Tooling, craftmanship and personal commitment, combined with a constant effort to improve and develop ourselves provides us with a high and consistent level of quality which we are very proud of.
Micor is one of the leading producers of circular saw blades in Northern Europe. The company was founded in 1955 by Jack Midhage who was a pioneer in the manufacturing process of carbide-tipped circular sawblades. Our headquarters and production is in Lahom, in the southwest of Sweden, and approximately 60% of our turnover is made up of exports. We can offer a wide selection of customized cutting solutions for saw and planing mills, wood flooring & furniture manufacturers, metal working industry, all dependent on high quality cuts. With our unique manufacturing techniques, we can produce sawblades that provides an extremely thin cut, which in some areas of application involves a cutting width of down to 0.7 mm!”