EMO Hannover 2017: What’s in store…

EMO Hannover 2017, the world’s largest machine tool fair is back and as always promises to live up to the expectations. Scheduled to take place from September 18-23, 2017, the theme for this edition is ‘Connecting systems for intelligent production’. As a gateway to foray into the European market, the event is also an opportunity to experience the latest developments in the world of machine tool technologies ‘live’, understand technology trends and meet some of the like minded professionals in the industry. We at Mfgtechupdate.com have listed down some of the technologies that are going to be displayed at the exhibition.

ANCA (Hall 6, Stand K59)
ANCA CNC Machines and sister company ANCA Motion is all set to demonstrate its custom designed and built industrial robot loader at EMO Hannover 2017. Apart from this ANCA’s latest software product launch, Management Suite, is bringing customers into Industry 4.0; will also be on display. Read More 

BIG KAISER (Hall 3, Stand B46)
BIG KAISER, a global leader in premium high-precision tooling systems and solutions for the metalworking industries, will present its extensive portfolio of high-precision boring tools. Read More

CG Tech (Hall 25, Stand D07)
CGTech will exhibit its latest version of VERICUT 8.1, CNC machine simulation, verification and optimisation software. VERICUT 8.1 sees enhanced support for Force™ optimisation, a new Additive Manufacturing (AM) module being employed, along with, Workpiece Sectioning, X-Caliper measurement tool, Report template, and Grinding and Dressing operations. Read More

Chiron (Hall 12, Stand C04)
Machine tools for efficient and precise 5-axis machining, system solutions for automation and digital options for production optimization are the focus of CHIRON’s trade fair presence in 2017. In, the company will be exhibiting as CHIRON Group together with STAMA, SCHERER Feinbau and the retrofit specialist CMS. Read More

Danobat (Hall 11, Stand C45)
At the event, the company will launch three completely new developments, present its range of redesigned machines for maximum-precision grinding and turning and will publicise its high added value service offer. Read More

DMG MORI (Hall 2, Stand A21)
DMG MORI will present itself as the leading competence partner for metal cut-ting production and digitisation on around 10,000 m² in Hall 2 at the EMO 2017 in Hannover. Taking the “Path of Digitization” as its guiding principal, the company points the way to the future of the “Digital Factory” with numerous software and data-based products and services. Read More

Dormer Pramet (Hall 3, Stand A64)
Particular highlights showcased during EMO include the new Force X family of carbide drills. Designed to support consistent performance and repeatability across diverse machines and conditions from 3xD to 8xD, all drills feature the unique Continuously Thinned Web (CTW) technology. Read More

EMAG (Hall 17, Stand C31)
Electromobility and Industry 4.0 – these industrial megatrends are featured prominently in the EMAG Group booth at the EMO. Exhibition visitors will see several high-performance machines in operation – including world-firsts in the areas of turning operation, laser welding/joining and gear cutting. Read More

ESPRIT by DP Technology (Hall 25, Stand D25)
DP Technology recently announced the world premiere of the ESPRIT® Additive Suite — a comprehensive 3D printing solution that delivers high levels of efficiency and accuracy, while simplifying the time-consuming additive manufacturing process into a few easy steps. The company plans to launch the software at EMO 2017 and showcase other CAM solutions. Read More

Grind Master Machines Pvt Ltd (Hall 11, Stall A65/A67)
Aurangabad based, India’s leading grinding and finishing solution provider, Grind Masters is all set to showcase its grinding and finishing solutions at EMO 2017. The company is showcasing its SPMS Supramatic range of superfinishing machine for Powertrain Shafts. Read More 

Hoffmann (Hall 3, Stand D14)
Highlights particularly worth noting are several tools that will be on display for the first time: conical barrel milling cutters, drills from the GARANT MasterSteel product family, new micro-milling cutters, plus the all-new GARANT CM1 contour measuring instrument. Read More 

KOMET Group (Hall 4, Stand A64)
At its EMO trade fair stand, KOMET will present its product range designed with this purpose in mind, which focuses on project-specific developments and digital products in addition to efficient standard precision tools. Read More

KUKA Robotics (Hall 25, Stand D81)
The metal industry is currently facing the challenge of organizing its production in a cost-effective manner and in close proximity to the customer. In an area of 230 square meters at EMO in Hanover, KUKA is demonstrating how machine tools for the metalworking industry can be automated cost-effectively. On display will be ready2_use packages, robotic cells and industrial robots that are particularly suitable for the metal industry. Read More

LMT Tools (Hall 4, Stand E70)
At the EMO trade fair in Hanover, LMT Tools is expanding its broad product portfolio with a number of innovations for milling, threading and gear cutting. Users from the automotive, aerospace, energy technology, mechanical engineering, medical technology and mold and die making industries will be able to witness new solutions to increase productivity in their individual machining applications. Read More

MAZAK (Hall 27, Stand B56)
Industry 4.0 will be placed at the centre of Yamazaki Mazak’s EMO 2017 stand with the unveiling of the company’s iSmart factory concept along with 25 new machines, including 15 making their world debuts. Read More

Okuma (Hall 27, Stand D20)
Okuma’s smart machines, as well as the LASER EX series of super multitasking machines capable of turning, milling, laser hardening and additive manufacturing, will make their European debut at the fair. In addition, Okuma will introduce their latest Smart Factory Solutions and present new ways to integrate robotics to take productivity in an IoT-environment to the next level. Read More 

Open Mind technologies (Hall 25, Stand A08)
OPEN MIND Technologies AG is set to exhibit its NC code-based hyperMILL VIRTUAL Machining Center machine simulation for the first time at this year’s EMO. Live machining demonstrations using the innovative strategies provided by the hyperMILL MAXX Machining performance package will be performed at the booth. Read More 

Renishaw (Hall 6, Stand B46)
Renishaw, a world-leading engineering technologies company, will introduce it’s enhanced and extended NC4 non-contact tool setting solution for machining centres. Building on the highly successful and proven design of the existing NC4 system, this enhanced solution introduces a range of additional features and options to satisfy the demands of the rapidly evolving manufacturing environment. Read More 

Rollomatic (Hall 6, Stand H12)
Aspects such as monitoring of machinery and production processes from anywhere in the world are growing more important by the day and Rollomatic is all set to showcase its Industrie 4.0 solutions at the trade fair. Visit Rollomatic at EMO to take a closer look at innovations relating to internet-assisted tool-grinding and increased production demands. Read More 

SCHUNK (Hall 3, Stand E55)
The family-owned company will continue to expand its Industry 4.0 portfolio at the EMO. The highlight will be a functional manufacturing cell in which an intelligent SCHUNK EGL PROFINET gripper with variable power and positioning enables autonomous handling scenarios, and ensures fully automated quality assurance. Read More 

SprutCAM (Hall 25, Stand C22)
SPRUT-Technology company will show new advanced features of their flagship CAM solution at the EMO trade fair for metalworking technology in Hannover, Germany from 18th to 23th September 2017. Read More 

Tornos
Globally renowned Swiss machine tool manufacturer Tornos will be among production technology leaders setting the course for the future—Industry 4.0—at EMO Hannover 2017. Tornos’ future-shaping workflow solutions to be premiered at the show include the all-new, SwissDECO 36T multitasking automatic lathe. Read More 

Trumpf (Hall 27, Stand D46)
TRUMPF will be showcasing its expertise in Laser Metal Fusion (LMF) and Laser Metal Deposition (LMD). The company will be placing its focus not only on machine solutions, but also on informing visitors about the possibilities afforded by additive technologies. Read More

Vero Software (Hall 25, Stand B20)
Vero software will be demonstrating the versatility of three of its brands; Edgecam and WorkNC CAD/CAM solutions, along with CAD analyser WorkXplore; at the forthcoming EMO exhibition. Visitors to Vero’s booth will see innovations and functionality in the latest software releases, including the powerful Waveform roughing, a high-performance strategy which is available in both Edgecam and WorkNC. Read More

Walter Tools (Hall 3, Booth B34)
Walter sees itself as the partner of choice for its customers when it comes to complete solutions, and therefore offers an ever-increasing portfolio of digital solutions that are far more than just tools. At EMO 2017, Walter has something truly special on offer: Visitors to the fair can experience live images directly from the factory of the future. Read More

India Day at EMO
Apart from this VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association) is also organizing India Day at EMO on Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 pm at Hanover Exhibition Grounds, Convention Centre, Hall 3 B. The EMO’s India Day aims in particular to elucidate the perspectives for the mechanical engineering, automaking and aviation user sectors. The EMO’s India Day will also be supported by the Indian government and the event will be graced by Shri N. Sivanand, Joint Secretary of the Department of Heavy Industry in the Ministry of Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises. For more details click here

 

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