The best route to the finished part
This event will only be conducted in German with no simultaneous translation.
There are many factors to consider even before getting started with NC programming. What quality does the finished part need? How much time do you have available? How do you use the machine and machining tools? Which tool systems are appropriate for which machining operation? Which milling strategies yield the best results? What cutting data is optimal? How can your manufacturing knowledge be maintained throughout the company so that employees can access it at any time? What role does the CAD/CAM software play in this? And last but not least: How do you combine these components and coordinate all tasks?
Our industry experts will answer these questions and more for you in our specially customized mold manufacturing workshop on October 10 or 11. From 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., you can experience how relevant process factors can be harmonized using a specific part as an example. We will manufacture the part on the machine in a live demonstration. Please note that the program for both days is identical.
We will contrast the advantages and disadvantages of how you can implement this in your daily work. We will also show how you can benefit from the latest developments in manufacturing and optimize your milling results.
Your specialist for precision tools
MMC Hitachi Tool
Your specialist for tool holders
Key Account Manager,
Your specialist for zero-point clamping systems
Pfleghar GmbH & Co. KG
Your specialist for machine tools
Die & Mold Excellence Center,
DECKEL MAHO Pfronten GmbH
Your specialist for CAD/CAM, MES
We look forward to seeing you!
Our practical example
Manufacturing this part out of high-alloy hot-working steel (1.2343ESU) – hardened to 52 HRC – involves a total of six different tool assemblies, including ball and circle-segment cutters for finishing. You can experience the machining operation live and direct questions to us at the machine.
Brief profiles of participating companies
MMC Hitachi Tool is one of the leading Japanese precision tool manufacturers with its own development and production. MMC Hitachi Tool has focused on die and mold manufacturing for decades and offers a tool program that spans the entire process chain. More than 90 application technicians work as process optimizers close to the customer for implementation in Europe. You can rely on a knowledge base of more than 16,000 technical application reports and a high availability of more than 4,000 products. Increased time and cost restrictions in die and mold manufacturing require shorter process times and more efficient machining processes. This is one of the focal points for the company's "Production50" process optimization concept. Since spring 2017, all activities of MMC Hitachi Tool have been combined into a single brand: MOLDINO. This abbreviation for "MOLD + DIE + INNOVATION" underscores the company's focused market orientation in die and mold manufacturing.
Pfleghar GmbH & Co. KG located in Baienfurt, Germany, has handled sales of the FCS zero-point clamping system in Germany/Austria/Switzerland since 2007. With a complete range of FCS products, Pfleghar can transform a conventional machine-operator-oriented manufacturer into an industrialized single-parts manufacturer that plans, controls and implements its processes from virtual space (CAD, CAM, AV.) Existing machine investments are to be upgraded with intelligent extensions such as loaders or storage, etc. The focus is on increasing process efficiency. With this goal, Pfleghar has been committed to providing a broad range of products for die and mold manufacturing since the company was founded in 1990. An FCS zero-point clamping device provides end-to-end, robust and precise clamping and reduces setup time. This is standardized clamping of workpieces in die and mold manufacturing. The FCS system provides for automation above a lot size of 1.
DMG MORI AG is a leading global manufacturer of machine tools. The company's comprehensive technology and automation solutions include turning and milling machines as well as ULTRASONIC, LASERTEC and ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING advanced technologies. DMG MORI Die & Mold Excellence Center: Your solutions partner for automated manufacturing of lot sizes of 1.
HAIMER is a family-operated medium-sized business in Igenhausen near Augsburg in Bavaria, Germany. It develops, manufactures and sells innovative high-precision products for machining metal the automotive, aerospace, energy and rail industries, and general machine manufacturing. The product palette now also includes tool presetting devices in addition to a wide range of tool holders in all common interface configurations and lengths, solid carbide cutters, machines for shrink-fitting and balancing and 3D measuring devices.
Of the 800 employees worldwide, approximately 450 work at the manufacturing location in Igenhausen or Motzenhofen with ultramodern machinery, with a very high degree of automation and vertical integration. The HAIMER Microset presetting devices are constructed by 45 employees at the second HAIMER manufacturing location in Bielefeld. Experienced, dynamic and highly qualified employees ensure the top quality that the phrase "made by HAIMER" exemplifies. As an active training operation with more than 50 trainees and a high retention rate, HAIMER is already securing specialized personnel for the future and contributing to the further training of young people as well as ensuring the future of the location. As a European leader in the tool holder market with a daily capacity of approximately 4000 tool holders, the technological edge of its products is very important to HAIMER, which is why between 8 and 10% of sales is invested in research and development each year. Striving to improve daily fits perfectly with the corporate philosophy: Quality wins.
Tebis AG is a global market and technology leader in the CAD/CAM and MES sector. With Tebis, customers can design, plan and manufacture models, molds and components efficiently, reliably and at the highest quality. Teams of experienced consulting and implementation specialists develop strategies for efficient and reliable CAD/CAM processes and implement them at customers’ facilities, ensuring a sustainable technological and competitive advantage. Tebis software has an intuitive user interface that ensures a high level of quality and reliability in manufacturing, even for highly complex parts. The company is headquartered in Martinsried near Munich, Germany, and has nine subsidiary offices around the world as well as distributors in eight other countries. 350 employees worldwide support the company's customers, most of whom are in the automotive, aerospace and mechanical engineering sectors. Automation has been a key factor in the Tebis formula for success for more than 30 years. Tebis views itself as an innovator for its customers on their path towards Industry 4.0.