The foundry industry has been turned upside down more than ever before by the Corona pandemic. Can the massive challenges be overcome and if so, how? The industry experts Prof. Dr. Sven Roeren and Johannes Messer provide relevant insights and point out an initial scale for the German foundry industry.
As a cooperation project between NürnbergMesse and Vogel Communications Group, SPOTLIGHTMETAL is organizing the German-speaking event "Forum Gießerei-Industrie" in Würzburg (Germany) for the first time on November 4 and 5, 2020. The aim of the event is to give the industry "impetus from the crisis".
The market for additive manufacturing is growing very fast and strongly worldwide in various different areas and applications. Key markets include the aerospace industry, health care including medical technology and the automotive industry. Thus, additive manufacturing holds great potential also for die casting foundries.
3D printing is ideally suited for the rapid and cost-effective manufacturing of components and parts. This is not only an advantage in the plastics, automotive and aviation industries. Also foundries can use 3D printing to their advantage.
Automation is becoming increasingly important in many different industries around the globe. The sharp increase can be explained by the high potential of robots and continuous optimization processes in the manufacturing industry. The foundry sector also benefits from the use of robots.
As one of the most influential die casting trade fairs in the world, CHINA DIECASTING & CHINA NONFERROUS 2019 opens its door again to the whole world from July 17 to 19 at Shanghai New International Expo Center, using Hall N1 to N3.
The Tool Server Modular from Bedrunka+Hirth is a fully automatic and modular tool dispensing system for the smooth, convenient provision, organization, and control of tools and small parts for the foundry process.