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    • Driving Innovation Copyright 2004 TEAM Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved www.TEAM-IND.com TEAM Industries Capabilities Presentation
    • Solutions Provider
      • Founded on contract manufacturing for diverse customers
      • Designing & manufacturing drive-train and chassis components since 1967
      • Seven facilities
        • ISO9002 certified and ISO 9000-2000 certified
      • 850,000 sq. ft. manufacturing space
      • 1,300 employees
      TEAM Background
      • Axles and Axle Housings
      • CVT - Continuously Variable
      • Transmission
      • Differentials
      • Drive Shafts
      • Steering Knuckles
      • Transaxles
      • Transmissions / Gear Boxes
      • Wet Brakes
      • Other complex components
      Custom & Contract Products
    • Markets Served
      • Agricultural Equipment
      • Chassis & Suspension
      • Hydraulic Motor and Valve
      • Industrial Power Transmission &
      • Gear Reduction
      • Marine
      • Materials Handling
      • Medium & Heavy Truck
      • Off Road Equipment
      • Performance Products
      • Portable & Standby Power Generation
      • Recreational Vehicles
      • Second Tier Automotive
      • Turf Care, Lawn & Garden
    • Dimensional Inspection
      • (10+) Zeiss CNC coordinate measuring machines; most with Vast scanning probes
      • (6) Sheffield Cordax CMMs
      • (4) M&M 4 axes CNC gear analyzers
      • (8) Eight Gleason, M&M, and ITW gear rollers
      • Optical comparators, laser micrometers, automated gages and SPC systems
      • VJ Technologies, Philips, Optimas real-time radiographic imaging system; 160KV X-ray tube,
      • 19” x 24” x 21” capacity
      • Staff trained to all levels, including Senior Level Certification in ASME Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
    • Metallurgical Laboratories
      • ( 2) complete metallurgical labs with Buehler saws, mounting presses, and polishing equipment
      • Experienced technicians with over 70 years of experience
      • Leco glow discharge spectrometer
      • Magnetic particle and ultrasound testing stations
      • Metallurgical microscopes with still and video cameras
      • Tukon micro-hardness testers, numerous Rockwell and Brinell testers
    • Materials Processed
      • Austempered Ductile Iron
      • Brass
      • Bronze
      • Carbon Steel
      • Cast, Forged and Formed Aluminum
      • Gray & Ductile Iron
      • High Alloy (Monel, Titanium, Hastelloy, Inconel)
      • Powdered Metal
      • Steel Alloy (Medium Hardness)
      • Internal and External capability for providing all pre-secondary and post-secondary heat treatment and hardening processes
    • Heat Treat
      • In-line induction hardening of shafts
        • Automatic straightening equipment
        • Magnetic particle inspection
        • TOCCO scanning induction machine
        • Tempering ovens
      • In-house carburizing of gears and complex shapes
        • Advanced automation and monitoring systems
        • Endothermic gas generators
        • Preheat and tempering furnaces
        • Super Allcase carburizing furnaces
      • (100+) CNC turning centers; with a variety of engine lathes and tool-room lathes
      • Machines from 5 hp gang turn to 60 hp twin turret; turnings from .25” diameter x 2” to 12” diameter x 48”
      • Twin spindles, gantry and other robotic part handling, live tool milling, and other automation
      • Provides flexibility in choice of equipment and scheduling the customer’s needs
      • Ensures maximum productivity and cost effectiveness
      Turning
    • Milling
      • (100+) CNC machining centers, variety of tool-room mills and dedicated milling equipment
      • Vertical and horizontal mills from 5 hp to 30 hp, with spindle speeds to 12,000 RPM; working envelope up to 40” x 28” x 28”
      • Part size range from grams to 500 lbs.
      • Milling and contouring with up to 5 axes
      • Robotic part handling and other productivity enhancements
      • (12+) CNC parallel-axis gear hobbers, some with auto-loading. Variety of manual hobbers
      • (5) Gleason 175 hypoid machines with crossed-axis gearing
      • CNC and manual gear honers, shavers, and shapers
      • CNC hob and broach sharpeners; Gleason bevel gear cutter sharpener
      • (6) Fassler honing machines with ancillary equipment
      • Gears – spur, helical, hypoid, spiral bevel
      • Sprockets – silent chain, roller chain, cog belt
      • Worms - worm wheels
      • Part Size – 6 DP to 48 DP up to 10” diameter. Precision to AGMA 11-12 depending on application
      Gear Cutting
    • Rolling and Broaching
      • (8) broaches up to 15 ton, horizontal and vertical
      • (13) spline rollers for cold forming splines up to 4” in length
      • Variety of thread rolling and other equipment for cold forming threads or similar external features
      • Associated in-house tooling for common sizes
      • Ancillary gages and specialized inspection equipment
      • (15+) CNC cylindrical grinders for post heat-treat finishing of bearing journals and other features
      • Centerless grinders
      • Internal grinders
      • Surface grinders
      • Manual cylindrical grinders
      • Precision bore honing equipment
      • Equipped with auto-loading robotics where appropriate
      • Accompanied by precision measuring equipment including laser micrometers and automated gauging
      Grinding
    • Die Casting
      • High pressure die casting
        • 380, 390, 360, 369 alloys
      • Squeeze casting
        • 355, 356, 390, 319 alloys
      • (10) die cast machines
        • 500 - 1600 ton locking force
      • Part size from 15 - 325 square inches
      • Automated pouring, spraying, and extraction for consistent part quality
    • Finishing & Coating
      • Polishing
        • Cosmetic and function surface improvement of aluminum castings.
        • Manual and automated polishing systems.
      • Chromating
        • Chrome conversion coating for aluminum.
        • Coating provides salt spray corrosion resistance.
        • Coating also improves paint adhesion on aluminum.
      • E-Coat Painting
        • Cross-linked epoxy primer designed for marine environment corrosion protection.
    • Cellular Manufacturing
      • Single Piece Flow - machines grouped together for high-volume parts or families of parts
      • Flexible Scheduling - horizontal machining centers grouped in pallet pools to eliminate set-up time
      • Maximum Productivity - (45+) pieces of automation equipment from gantry loaders to 6 axis robots
        • In-house induction heat treating and carburizing
      • Modular and efficient assembly lines
      • Single piece flow to minimize WIP inventory
      • Highly automated lines with robotic assistance
      • Monitoring - 100% automated for gear noise levels
      • Continuous streamlining through Kaizen and other techniques
      Assembly
    • Sourcing
      • (30+) years experience sourcing complex sand, permanent mold, investment, and lost foam castings in iron, steel, and aluminum
      • (20+) million pounds of bar stock annually; mill direct when appropriate
      • Subcontract for the skills of dozens of platers, painters, annodizers, and other industrial finishers
      • Sourcing avenues to identify and qualify suppliers around the world
    • Research & Development
      • Market focused
      • Innovative designs
      • Continuous improvement
      • Several patented or patent pending designs for power train products
      We satisfy the needs of our customers We anticipate the needs of our customers’ customers
    • Design & Finite Element Analysis
      • (35+) stations of Pro Engineer design software
      • Experience to drive our clients’ concepts into robust and cost effective designs
      • FEA applied to Pro/E models to verify product integrity
        • MSC (FEA)
        • MSC (Adams)
        • ANSYS (FEA)
        • Pro/Mechanica
        • Modal analysis
    • Rapid Prototyping
      • Full-service prototype departments
        • CNC mills & lathes
        • CNC hob, gear shaper, spline roller, broach
        • Surface & cylindrical grinders, bore hones
        • Heat treating
        • Sourcing of prototype castings
      • Fabrication and introduction of new TEAM designs for comparison to existing designs
      • Designs are typically bench and field tested to validate FEA results, prove function, and determine reliability
      • (14) test benches
        • Controlled by PLC and Labview software
        • (2) gas powered
        • (2) electric powered
        • (10) hydraulic
      • Electric test stand in hemi-anechoic chamber instrumented for noise analysis
      • Experienced staff and fleet of test vehicles for field testing of components
      Testing
    • Concept to Completion