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  • Bright green pipes

    Bright green pipes

    They’re actually black, just like all the hoses and pipes under the hood of a car. What’s green is the new method developed by creative mold manufacturer Schweiger in Bavaria. This method is so bright green – in terms of raw-material efficiency and cost-effectiveness – that it will revolutionize the future of pipe connections and hollow bodies, and not just in cars. The Euromold Award represents an initial success for our concept. Economic success is sure to follow.

    Released:
    Reprint from NC-Fertigung, February 2011
    Business:
    Mould
    Category:
    Success story
  • Flexible and reliable manufacturing

    Flexible and reliable manufacturing

    The milling centers at Hummel-Formen frequently perform the major portion of a machining before the final form is known. At a customer’s request, designers often change the data for a planned injection mold during the machining process. The result: Up to 30 percent shorter throughput times, thanks to a Tebis software solution that supports the entire process.

    Released:
    Reprint from werkzeug & formenbau, February 2008
    Business:
    Automobile
    Category:
    Success story
  • High-tech package

    High-tech package

    Working hard to ensure high productivity and quality with a narrow profit margin is the reality today for every service provider in the manufacturing industry. A wide range of requirements must be met. Investing in a new wire EDM machine and the corresponding software is a good way to round out a product spectrum with innovative technology.

    Released:
    Reprint from special tooling, November 2006
    Business:
    Tooling
    Category:
    Success story
  • Die manufacturing optimized with simulator

    Die manufacturing optimized with simulator

    With “ideas for the car of the future,” car supplier Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. has grown to become a global enterprise employing roughly 24,000 people and with preliminary revenues of roughly EUR 3.1 billion in the 2004/05 fiscal year. Hella ranks among the 100 largest German industrial corporations, with more than 2,900 engineers and technicians working in research and development.

    Released:
    Reprint from CAD-CAM Report, November 2005
    Business:
    Automobile
    Category:
    Success story
  • Quality surfaces for die manufacturing

    Quality surfaces for die manufacturing

    Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This question also comes up in surface design. Does the virtual model come before reality, or the other way around? Reverse engineering enables high-quality CAD surfaces to be generated from existing surfaces with amazingly little effort. This technology is implemented not only in car body design, it’s also used in downstream processes like the manufacturing of sheet metal forming tools, where it enables simpler overbending of manually modified die surfaces to account for springback.

    Released:
    Reprint from CAD CAM, May 2005
    Business:
    Tooling
    Category:
    Story

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