ARKU range of services at a glance.

  • Cut-to-length lines with start-stop 
  • Cut-to-length lines with flying or rotary shear
  • Cut-to-length lines with laser

Tailored blanks directly from the coil.

Whether using rotary or stationary shears: cut-to-length lines from ARKU process coils up to 80,000 lbs and strip widths up to 86 inches. All common sheet thicknesses up to 0.7 inches can be processed. In addition to hot- or cold-rolled steel, galvanized, painted strips as well as stainless steel, aluminum and copper can all be utilized. The combination of a slitting and cut-to-length line is a particularly flexible solution (multi-blanking). The optionally integratable HiCap high-performance leveler guarantees flat materials. In addition, our line can be equipped with punching, embossing and bending units as well.

Flexible sheet metal processing in one pass.

Depending on the application: ARKU configures each line with different components. Thanks to many years of experience, we are able to supply according to the needs and quality criteria of the customers. Crop shears, trimming shears, individual punching tables, embossing and bending systems or gentle stacking solutions – seamlessly integrated and coordinated. ARKU also offers slitting lines for the slitting of cold-rolled or hot-rolled coils for the processing of different materials.

Read enough?

The two videos below are about the production of perforated circuit boards at BITO and circuit boards for household appliances at Liebherr Hausgeräte.

Video: Manufacturer of perforated panels – with cut-to-length lines from ARKU.

Video: Cut-to-length line for manufacturing panels for household appliances.

Additional information.


Nicholas Miller

Nicholas Miller
President of ARKU Inc.
P: +1 513 387 0590



Franck Hirschmann

Franck Hirschmann
V.P. of Sales
P: +1 513 633 6577


Success stories.

“We received a highly flexible cut-to-length line that was precisely designed to meet our exacting needs.” - Günter Knecht, Project Manager at BITO Lagertechnik. More about customers’ successful use of our machines:

To the success stories

Why leveling?

Internal stresses and unevenness adversely affect your parts and sheets during subsequent processing. Find out what happens when unleveled parts are processed and why leveling is so important.

This is why