EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
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    3D printing on the threshold to mass production

    EMO Hannover 2019 showcasing wide range of additively manufactured workpieces in the additive manufacturing circle

    21 Aug. 2019
    Maschinenpark der Gefertec GmbH, Berlin Foto: Gefertec

    Frankfurt am Main, 21 August 2019. – Industrial 3D printing has now become an integral part of metalworking. EMO Hannover 2019 is reflecting this development by launching a compact new section to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art in this field. Service providers, machine and tool manufacturers as well as software providers will be presenting their latest innovations in the 300m2 additive manufacturing circle show area. The aim is to sensitise production planners and investors to 3D printing and to show visitors the wide range of possibilities already available today. The joint stand in Hall 9 also contains an area for discussing the technology with experts and networking.

    Additive processes are now on the threshold of breaking into mass production within the manufacturing industry. Nevertheless, the use of generative manufacturing processes is still in its infancy in industrial production and many metalworking companies are currently reluctant to invest in plant and systems because they find it difficult to gauge the effects and benefits of these processes.However, there are already many impressive examples of what is currently possible.

    Numerous products are already being printed, especially in the automotive and aircraft industries, but now also increasingly in medical engineering. Further additive processes will be ready for series production in the coming years. Yet if the full potential of 3D printing is to exploited, it is important to identify new product features and applications that justify the higher costs of additive manufacturing. Visitors will discover completely new ways of thinking and production strategies in the additive manufacturing circle. There they will be presented with an overview of the entire spectrum of generatively manufactured workpieces. Visitors will be able to benefit from the collective expertise of the technology leaders and not just inspect a number of isolated solutions.

    "We very much welcome the founding of the additive manufacturing circle," says Tobias Röhrich, Managing Director of Gefertec GmbH and one of the exhibitors. "The EMO Hannover is simply the ideal 'biotope' for engaging in professional discussions about the new industry standard 3DMP®. We are expecting to encounter a high-calibre group of customers and users, but are also looking forward to an inspiring exchange with the industry's visionaries. This will lead to many new contacts, perhaps even partnerships, which will benefit us in the short, medium and long term."

    On a level with the experts

    The exhibitors and experts come from Germany, the USA, Switzerland and Sweden. What they all have in common is their interest in innovative products and services that take the technology one step nearer to mass production in metalworking. They will be providing food for thought and interesting new ideas in the Expert Talks, for example. The presentations and discussions will take place in the Expert Talks Area at the centre of the round community stand. The area has deliberately been kept small in scale to promote communication between the audience and the speakers. There is no stage, the experts will give their 30-minute feasibility study presentations (including cost/benefit comparisons) on a level with the visitors. The aim is to encourage discussion and questions. Four presentations will be given each day, followed by a discussion with the experts. The whole event will be moderated by additive magazine editors from Konradin Verlag.

    Visitors to the additive manufacturing circle will also have the opportunity to engage in further discussions with the speakers. The proximity to the nine stands of service providers, machine manufacturers, software providers and tool manufacturers for workpiece post-processing will make it easy to obtain advice on very specific issues and to establish the necessary networks.

    Read about it later

    A vast amount of information is provided at EMO Hannover, yet visitors will usually only have a limited amount of time to spend at the additive manufacturing circle. For this reason, Konradin Verlag (VDW media partner and organiser of the stand) will be providing written information on all the presentations and exhibitors. The free conference reader contains profiles of the exhibiting companies together with an outline of their services and a summary of the Expert Talks in German and English. A limited number of copies of the reader will be available free of charge to all visitors on the joint stand (H20) in Hall 9.

    Author: Gerda Kneifel, VDW
    Size: around 4,700 characters including blanks

    List of exhibitors

    AMF Andreas Maier GmbH & Co. KG, Fellbach; Fr. Aussieker Metallverarbeitung GmbH & Co.KG, Preußisch Oldendorf; Cadfem GmbH, Grafing near Munich; FKM Sintertechnik GmbH, Biedenkopf; Formlabs GmbH, Berlin; Peter Lehmann AG, Bärau (Switzerland); Rolf Lenk Werkzeug- und Maschinenbau GmbH, Ahrensburg; VBN Components AB, Uppsala (Sweden); 3D Microprint GmbH, Chemnitz

    Contact persons

    VDW Verein Deutscher Werkzeugmaschinenfabriken
    Gerda Kneifel
    Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
    Corneliusstraße 4
    60325 Frankfurt am Main
    Deutschland
    Tel. +49 69 756081-32
    g.kneifel@vdw.de

    Konradin Verlag
    Verena Benz
    Projektmanagerin
    Ernst-Mey-Str. 8
    70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
    Deutschland
    Tel. +49 711 7594-332
    verena.benz@konradin.de
    www.konradin.de

    EMO Hannover 2019 – the world’s premier trade fair for the metalworking sector From 16 to 21 September 2019, international manufacturers of production technology will be spotlighting smart engineering at the EMO Hannover 2019. Under the motto of “Smart technologies driving tomorrow’s production!”, the world’s premier trade fair for the metalworking industry will be showcasing the entire bandwidth of modern-day metalworking technology, which is the heart of every industrial production process. The fair will be presenting the latest machines, plus efficient technical solutions, product-supportive services, sustainability in the production process, and much, much more. The principal focus of the EMO Hannover is on metal-cutting and forming machine tools, production systems, high-precision tools, automated material flows, computer technology, industrial electronics and accessories. The trade visitors to the EMO come from all major sectors of industry, such as machinery and plant manufacturers, the automotive industry and its component suppliers, the aerospace sector, precision mechanics and optics, shipbuilding, medical technology, tool and die manufacture, steel and lightweight construction. The EMO Hannover is the world’s most important international meeting point for production technology specialists from all over the planet. The EMO Hannover 2017 attracted almost 2,230 exhibitors from 44 different countries, and around 130,000 trade visitors from 160 nations. EMO is a registered trademark of the European Association of the Machine Tool Industries Cecimo.

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