Cellular machining offers flexibility, low cost-per-part

TU Darmstadt

Cellular machining offers flexibility, low cost-per-part

An independent study at the Technische Universität (TU) Darmstadt in Germany shows that customers who invest in multiple, affordable CNC machine tools instead of one or two high-end, special purpose machines benefit in many respects. By Stephan Möller, MBMC read...

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Formnext presents first concept

Tool & mould exhibitions

Formnext presents first concept

01/29/2015 - On 22 January, Mesago Messe Frankfurt and Frankfurt Messe GmbH presented their core concept for what they say will be the leading platform for machine tools, mould making and additive manufacturing: Formnext, to be held from 24 to 27 November 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany. read...

Japanese partner to take over Germany's DMG Mori Seiki AG

Machine tools

Japanese partner to take over Germany's DMG Mori Seiki AG

01/27/2015 - Japanese machine tool maker DMG Mori Seiki Co. Ltd plans to expand its holding in the German partner, DMG Mori Seiki AG, to more than 50%, the company announced on 21 January 2015. read...

New collaborations in the UK and Switzerland

Rapid-Tech Erfurt

New collaborations in the UK and Switzerland

01/27/2015 - The Germany-based Erfurt conference and trade fair, Rapid-Tech (10 & 11 June 2015), is going international: The initial focus of the internationalisation strategy will be Great Britain, which, along with Germany, is one of the most important markets for additive manufacturing, the organisers said. read...

January-February 2015 Issue Photo Gallery

ETMM Magazine

January-February 2015 Issue Photo Gallery

01/26/2015 - A look at some of the latest innovations from the first edition this year. read...

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