Brexit is already making headlines on the global stage but what does this mean for the die casting sector across the world? We talked to experts from the industry in order to get a better perspective on the situation.
New alloys, digitization, additive production and electromobility are currently a major concern for the die casting industry. It is therefore not surprising that a lot of research is being done in these areas. The EUROGUSS Talent Award is intended to reward outstanding theses and tomorrow's junior employees.
China is the largest e-car market in the world in terms of unit numbers. However, it’s a much smaller country that leads in terms of market share. Germany is in the mid-table of the major markets but is catching up.
2360 exhibitors, around 72,500 visitors from 118 countries - this is the summary of the trade fair organizers of Bright World of Metals, the trade fair for metallurgy and casting technology. These were the highlights.
In order to promote professional exchange and to advance the optimization of cast components across the entire production process, the Fraunhofer Institute LBF organizes the interdisciplinary congress "InCeight Casting C8” for the first time. The event will take place in German-language from March 1 to 3, 2021 in Darmstadt.
Although aluminum automotive structural parts are still considered relatively new product lines in China, DGS China invested in an aluminum die casting plant from Norican, so that they can produce large and complex automotive parts for one of the most dynamic economic markets.
The revolutionary ‘digital twin’ technology has changed the dynamics of the automotive industry. Right from designing to development of futuristic vehicles in the most efficient and cost effective method is now possible via this technology.
For the students of the Foundation University of Hildesheim, local partner companies are of great importance to gain practical experience already during studies. This year, KSM Castings received the Partner Certificate during the 41. Meeting of the Working Group Information Technology.
The foundry industry is undergoing an enormous transformation. A strongly volatile economic situation and increasing insolvencies are a major source of uncertainty for the industry. But what challenges will foundries face when and with what solutions can foundries prepare themselves?