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CASE HISTORY

CASE HISTORY

The stories of some of our projects:

The stories of some of our projects:

Each project carried out by Laga is treated in detail. We want to work closely with our customers, always taking into account their needs and trying to give our support where our twenty years of experience can be an added value for the success of the project or product to be created. Find out in detail what we have done for them …

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Hinge for sectional doors

Hinge for sectional doors

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SECTOR

How we have improved the assembly of a hinge for sectional doors

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce production costs
• improve the design
• simplify assembly.
SOLUTION:
The metal article has been replaced by the plastic one and has been patented. The assembly has been improved: for the metal ones, screws and nuts were needed to be adjusted, while the plastic ones are ready for use.
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Component for sectional doors

Component for sectional doors

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SECTOR

How we cut the staff involved in half

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce costs
• improve editing
SOLUTION:
The one seen in the photo, initially, was a metal block that needed two people for assembly, this therefore meant: more staff to involve and longer processing times. Now, thanks to the plastic part, it was possible to mount it autonomously as the two plastic parts hook together, facilitating assembly. This has certainly allowed a simplification of the assembly but also a reduction in costs due to shorter times and to the personnel (now no longer involved).
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Component for sectional doors

Component for sectional doors

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SECTOR

No more metal brackets. All in plastic

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce costs
• improve editing
SOLUTION:
Initially they were metal brackets that were mounted with screws and data. This has been replaced by the plastic part which facilitates assembly. Facilitating assembly means reducing time and this is reflected in the costs which, now, can be reduced thanks to the solution we have been able to find.
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Frames for industrial sectional doors

Frames for industrial sectional doors

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SECTOR

Neither cuts nor welds of the profiles thanks to these inserts

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce costs
• improve editing
SOLUTION:
Initially these frames for industrial sectional doors were made with profiles cut at 45 ° and welded, these have been replaced with two plastic inserts that facilitate assembly (the profiles now no longer have to be cut at 45 °, nor welded). This allowed for a significant reduction in costs and an evident improvement in assembly.
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Wheel cover

Wheel cover

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SECTOR

How we made customizable and improved the design of these simple wheel covers

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce costs
• improve editing
• improve the design
• customization
SOLUTION:
The first thing that was done was to replace the metal article with plastic. The metal part was standard, now with the plastic piece more versions have been created, the design has been improved and it is possible to customize it by inserting the logo. Thanks to these solutions we have been able to reduce costs, facilitate assembly and make the product design more attractive, also allowing customization.
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Mold for spotlight

Mold for spotlight

AEROSPACE SECTOR

Too expensive to print only a few pieces? The solution thanks to the use of a multi-cavity mold

PROBLEM:
The customer needed to:
• reduce costs
• make only a few pieces
SOLUTION:
The customer had to make a spotlight knowing that he would make a few pieces in a year. The solutions proposed by the market were too expensive. We proposed the creation of a multi-cavity mold with which all the components would be molded. In this case, the construction of the mold was done incorrectly, as in the figure there are several items with very different weights.