collaboration involving Hytrol, a manufacturer of material-handling
systems, and robotic integrator Acieta, resulted in an 80-percent
reduction in floor space and a 50-percent increase in capacity. Here’s how.
Gema’s MagicControl 4.0 is the central control unit for powder coating systems, providing full control for all automation aspects such as guns, reciprocators and booths. MagicControl 4.0 is ready for Industry 4.0 applications with real time data acquisition and production data sharing required with smart factory automation. For more information, visit our website at www.gemapowdercoating.com.
Lincoln Electric’s acquisition of Baker Industries complements Lincoln’s new metal additive manufacturing (AM) service business. Set to launch in mid-2019, the AM operation will make large-scale printed metal parts, prototypes and tooling for industrial and aerospace customers.
conference schedule is jam-packed with expert speakers discussing
important topics ranging from government policies to material updates.
With the automotive industry evolving rapidly, APSC is a can't-miss
event for automotive suppliers.
The Annual Automotive Parts Suppliers Conference
is designed specifically for automotive suppliers and provides
educational sessions, networking and group discussion on the latest
advancements and outlook for the automotive industry. Conference
• Industry Outlook
• Government, NAFTA and Trade Policies
• Automotive Materials and Lightweighting Update
Make plans now to participate in a free webinar on April 30, 10–11 a.m. EDT, when AHSS experts Jenson (C.C.) Chen and Vinayak Walvekar, both with ETA/Dynaform, address critical stamping-simulation topics.
May 7-9, METALFORM Mexico and Machining Mexico, Cintermex International Convention and Exhibition Center, Monterrey Mexico. Combined, these two events feature 575 exhibitors across 140,000 sq. ft. of space showcasing products and services related to stamping presses, fabricating equipment, welding equipment, automation, assembly and finishing. It’s not too late to register.
June 24-25, IoT for Metalformers and Fabricators: Software, Sensors and Controls, Marriott Downtown at Key Center, Cleveland, OH. This one-of-a-kind event, powered by MetalForming
magazine, promises to educate floor supervisors, manufacturing
engineers and managers, IT directors, and others working in small to
midsized metal forming and fabricating plants on the coming wave of
digital manufacturing and plant-floor connectivity. Attendees will learn
from expert speakers on ERP/MRP software, sensors and machine controls,
while benefitting from myriad case studies describing how IoT improves
OEE and drives quality and productivity improvements.