Once we’ve finalized the concept we enter the critical stage of engineering, where we make sure your vision is strategically and structurally sound. Due-diligence includes answering the following key questions:
How will the machine work?
We provide conceptual solutions with all of the diagrams and drawings that the job requires.
How long will it take to build your machine?
We provide projected delivery dates based on current assumptions and requirements.
How much will it cost? We provide an estimate early on to discern if it makes sense to proceed. You can provide budget numbers as we move forward in the project before we provide a final quotation for the project.
We integrate your electrical specifications, applicable safety standards and approved components into a unique Electrical Automation package. Bernal’s engineering team will work with you throughout the entire process to meet your needs and requirements.
During this stage we’ll perform the following work: Determine overall Automation design & Strategy Complete Electrical design Determine best operating platform for the application Complete programming and operator interface Data collection
At this point we’ll start putting everything together.
This stage includes:
We thoroughly test the finished machine to make sure it is operating at your exact specifications, and we welcome our customers to our facility to be an integral part of this process.
Our start-up and commissioning process includes:
After your machine has passed our battery of tests, it’s time to bring it home.
We offer the following support during this final stage of the process:
IMPACT’s industry knowledge is deep and vast, with experience and solutions for the growing demands of its customers’ converting needs. The experts at IMPACT look several steps downstream at its customer’s customers. The company can create a “moment of impact” when the consumer sees its product. IMPACT gives them the resources of experience, knowledge, and solutions to create – their moment of impact.
Customers benefiting from IMPACT’s one-stop-shop offerings include large national integrators with 200-300 facilities producing a wide range of items. They gain efficiencies by having one company service them. Converting is more than just cutting a box – it’s also folding, creasing, scoring it, making an opening feature that will tear when it’s supposed to but not before. IMPACT has found that most converters will use a combination of means to convert, cut, crease, and fold material. IMPACT is incentivized to offer the best solutions that meet all its customers’ requirements.
We help create brilliantly designed, engineered dies, and systems.