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Live at EMO 2019: VMC 450-5 MT Turning/Milling Center—Five Axes for Dramatically Shorter Machining Processes in the Production of Large Parts

Large components and complex geometries—in heavy machining, this combination is far from rare and is always synonymous with a high expenditure of time and rising costs. A primary reason for this is that the variety of machining processes required, from turning to gear cutting, are typically performed on different machines that are not completely linked with one another. Additionally, the variety of parts required at production sites is continuing to grow, meaning that different components must be processed on the machines all the time. As a result, the time required for operators to set up the machines continues to increase. With its VMC 450-5 MT vertical turning/milling center, EMAG Leipzig provides an impressive solution to break this cycle: All turning, milling, drilling and gear cutting processes are performed on a single machine, in one machining area. To achieve this, the machine is equipped with five axes – resulting in shorter throughput times, and minimizing the retooling effort, leading to improved component quality and diversity.

 

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EMAG at the EMO 2019 in Hanover: The Sequel to a Successful Event Concept

What does the automotive future hold? This question is one way you could briefly summarize the motto of the EMAG Group's 2019 Technology Forum held at its headquarters this May.

The technology forum is traditionally held in the same year as the EMO trade show and offers visitors a preview of what EMAG will present at the EMO. This year, the event provided visitors with a comprehensive outlook on what suppliers and manufacturers will have to do to be prepared for the changes in the coming decade.

 

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EMAG Technology Forum: Experts advised about the revolution in the automotive industry

Buzzwords such as “electromobility,” “autonomous driving” and “big data” outline a fundamental shift in the global automotive industry that comes with far-reaching changes to production—and thus constitutes a major challenge for the underlying mechanical engineering. The “digital and electric revolution” thus naturally became a focus of this year’s EMAG Technology Forum held in May. “What do manufacturing companies need to do now to properly prepare for the shift?” was one of the key questions of the two-day event in Salach, Germany. Various answers to this question were to be found in the vast program for the event, which included a great number of sessions with experts from the fields of science, economics and mechanical engineering.

 

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An Exceptionally Well-Managed Business: EMAG Wins the “Axia Best Managed Companies Award”

Strategic vision, capacity to innovate, sustainable management culture and good corporate governance—the “Axia Best Managed Companies Award” sets expectations high for participating businesses. This year, the organizers from the consulting firm Deloitte, the German weekly business news magazine “WirtschaftsWoche” and the Federation of German Industries (BDI) have awarded the distinction to the EMAG Group. A speaker at the award ceremony pointed out that the innovative mechanical engineering company has contributed to securing Germany’s economic future and serves as a model for others. The event took place in Düsseldorf, Germany, at the beginning of May.

 

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