Manufacturers must offer high-quality products at low prices in order to remain competitive. Three Fraunhofer Institutes are therefore working on the next generation of industrial robots by developing a new kinematics for milling lightweight materials, metals, and steels.
There is an established tradition of young entrepreneurs presenting their new business models at EMO Hannover. For example, a start-up's business model is based on biomimetic engineering in which highly efficient natural structures, optimised by evolution over millions of years, are imitated (mimesis).
Whether it be through new 3D printers, innovative materials, or intelligent software solutions; the novel and sustainable business ideas of innovative, young companies are shaking up the additive manufacturing (AM) market. The international Formnext Start-up Challenge, now in its fifth year, aims to recognize this.
Networking is a key element of Gifa, Metec, Thermprocess and Newcast as the leading international trade fairs for foundry and metallurgical technology. What is the easiest way for exhibitors and visitors to find each other in the digital age? The new smart Matchmaking Tool provides the ideal platform to make new contacts and network fast and easily.
The highly specialised occupation of a tool, pattern and mould maker will find a perfect platform at Moulding Expo which will be staged at Messe Stuttgart from 21 to 24 May 2019. The trade fair will become involved directly in advanced training and education of young people.
Having taken off to become the world’s leading exhibition for additive manufacturing and modern industrial production in recent years, Formnext continues this development at a record pace in 2019. 518 exhibitors have already registered for Formnext this year. This is another significant increase compared to the same time the year before.
Some 2,100 exhibitors from all over the world will be showcasing their achievements at the "Bright World of Metals" - the leading international trade fairs for foundry and metallurgical technology GIFA, METEC, THERMPROCESS and NEWCAST from 25-29 June, 2019.
In June 2019, Düsseldorf turns into the hotspot for international foundry and metallurgy technology: Some 2,000 international exhibitors will take part in the world’s leading trade fairs GIFA, METEC, THERMPROCESS and NEWCAST from June 25 to 29.
Tool, pattern and mould making companies, as well as their customers and technology suppliers from Germany, Europe and the entire world have a must-attend event in Stuttgart in spring 2019: the industry will meet at Moulding Expo, International Trade Fair for Tool, Pattern and Mould Making, from 21 to 24 May 2019.
This year's India Essen Welding & Cutting, which took place together with the Tube India, Metallurgy India and Wire & Cable India fairs, drawed more than 4,500 trade visitors from 14 countries, the quartet registered a plus of more than 19 per cent compared with the preceding event (in 2016: 12,282).