Precision in Business Day at Punch Powertrain
Punch Powertrain: Supplier of high precision drive trains Precision is not only to be found in delicate equipme nt and machinery. Also more robust applications may need precision in development...
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Punch Powertrain: Supplier of high precision drive trains
Precision is not only to be found in delicate equipme
nt and machinery. Also more robust applications may need precision in development and manufacturing. Punch Powertrain in an independent system supplier of fuel efficient drive trains, to be found in cars and other mobility applications. The VT3 Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and DT1 Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) are examples of successful Punch products. Robustness and reliability at low cost are key elements in drive train development, which require special skills and experience.A big step for Punch is that the product developed in Eindhoven (DT2) recently was chosen by Peugeot Citroen (PSA) as drivetrain solution for all their future hybrid vehicles globally.
14:20 Opening – Marty van de Ven, boardmember DSPE, Director House of Technology
14:30 Introduction Punch Powertrain – Jeroen van Assen, Director of New Product Development DCT
14:50 DT1 and DT2 hybrid DCT products – Koen van Diepen, Teamleader Systems Engineering
16:15 Design for reliability & requirements management – Rainier Brouwer, Technical project leader
17:15 Network + drinks
Location: Croy 46
Participation is free of charge.
Registration is closed. If you want to participate call Annemarie via 0655730737.
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