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Agenda: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

 Session 1Session 2Session 3
09:00Registration  
09:30

Welcome

Friedemann Lell, Managing Director EMAG Salach GmbH

  
09:45

Environmental Zones and Driving Bans - Chances for an E-Mobility Future?

Prof. Dr. Matthias Klingner, Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Transport and Infrastructure Systems IVI

  
10:30

The EMAG Group - A Look into the Future

  
11:00

Break

  
11:30

How Machine Tool Builders and Users can Benefit from Big Data and the Digital Twin (1/2)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael F. Zäh, Director, Technical University of Munich 

(P)ECM Solutions for E-Mobility & Hybrid Engines

Richard Keller, Member of the Management Board, EMAG ECM GmbH

EMAG Systems - the Complete Solution for Manufacturing Systems                                        

Bernhard Böttigheimer, Managing Director, EMAG Systems GmbH

11:55

How Machine Tool Builders and Users can benefit from Big Data and the Digital Twin (2/2)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael F. Zäh, Director, Technical University of Munich 

Possibilities and Applications of Additive Manufacturing with Arc and Wire (3DMP)

Christopher Heurich, Sales Manager, Gefertec GmbH

Highly Efficient Grinding Systems for Shafts ensure Competitive Advantages

Roland Schmitz, Head of Technology Grinding, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

12:20

Opportunities and Risks of Digitization - Finding the Right Strategy between Increasing Efficiency and Security Concerns

Dr. Roman Klement, Head of Development Control Technology, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Benefit from the Advantages of Vertical Shaft Machining

Paul-Dieter Scharpf, Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Preview: MIND-L 1000 - The new Hardening Platform from EMAG eldec

Andreas Endmann, Head of Technology Sales Hardening Systems, EMAG eldec Induction GmbH

12:45Lunch break  
13:45

Electrification of the Powertrain - Impacts on the Supply Industry (1/2)

Thomas Lüdiger, Manager, FEV Consulting GmbH

Universal Gear Cutting on the HLC 150 H: From Worm Gear to E-Bike Gear - Complete Manufacturing Systems for Gear Parts

Jörg Lohmann, Head of Technology & Product Management, EMAG eldec Induction GmbH

Laser Technology for Challenging Powertrain Solutions

Dr. Andreas Mootz, Managing Director, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

14:10

Electrification of the Powertrain - Impacts on the Supply Industry (2/2)

Thomas Lüdiger, Manager, FEV Consulting GmbH

EMAG ELC 160: Flexible Basis for Individual Laser Production Systems

Nikolas Meyer, Head of Sales, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

Hard Machining of Chucked Parts - Cleverly Made

Dr. Guido Hegener, Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

14:35

Electric Motor Workpieces have Enormous Potential

Wolfgang Mayr, Head of Key Account Management, EMAG Systems GmbH

Small to Medium Batch Sizes: Flexible Use of a Vertical Turning Machine

Björn Svatek, Sales & Marketing Director Modular Solutions, EMAG Salach GmbH

Complete Machining of Powertrain Components through Multitechnology 

Tino Freigang, Managing Director, EMAG Leipzig GmbH

15:00Visit Theme World, Drive an Electric Car or Take a Factory Tour.  
17:00Networking  
18:00Event Close  

Agenda: Thursday, May 16, 2019

 Session 1Session 2Session 3
09:00Registration  
09:30

Welcome

Friedemann Lell, Managing Director, EMAG Salach GmbH

  
09:45

Mobility of the Future - Conncected Cars

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bratzel, Founder and Director, Auto-Institut "Center of Automotive Management" and Head of Automotive Management at the Technical University of Economics (FHDW)

  
10:30

The EMAG Group - A Look into the Future

  
11:00

Break

  
11:30

Electrification of the Powertrain - Impacts on the Supply Industry (1/2)

Thomas Lüdiger, Manager, FEV Consulting GmbH

(P)ECM Solutions for E-Mobility & Hybrid Engines

Richard Keller, Member of the Management Board, EMAG ECM GmbH

EMAG Systems - the Complete Solution for Manufacturing Systems                                                                                                                                                                                          

Bernhard Böttigheimer, Managing Director, EMAG Systems GmbH

11:55

Electrification of the Powertrain - Impacts on the Supply Industry (2/2)

Thomas Lüdiger, Manager, FEV Consulting GmbH

Possibilities and Applications of Additive Manufacturing with Arc and Wire (3DMP)

Christopher Heurich, Sales Manager, Gefertec GmbH

Highly Efficient Grinding Systems for Shafts Ensure Competitive Advantages

Roland Schmitz, Head of Technology - Grinding, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

12:20

The Enormous Potential of Electric Motor Workpieces

Wolfgang Mayr, Head of Key Account Management, EMAG Systems GmbH

Benefit from the Advantages of Vertical Shaft Machining

Paul-Dieter Scharpf, Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Preview: MIND-L 1000 - The New Hardening Platform from EMAG eldec

Andreas Endmann, Head of Technology Sales Hardening Systems, EMAG eldec Induction GmbH

12:45Lunch   
13:45

From Networked Manufacturing to Mobility Services - the Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry  (1/2)

Markus Turber, Managing Director, Intuity Media Lab GmbH

Universal Gear Cutting on the HLC 150 H: From Worm Gear to E-Bike Gear - Complete Manufacturing Systems for Gear Parts

Jörg Lohmann, Head of Technology & Product Management, EMAG eldec Induction GmbH

Laser Technology for Challenging Powertrain Solutions

Dr. Andreas Mootz, Managing Director, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

14:10

From Networked Manufacturing to Mobility Services - the Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry  (2/2)

Markus Turber, Managing Director, Intuity Media Lab GmbH

EMAG ELC 160: Flexible Basis for Individual Laser Production Systems

Nikolas Meyer, Head of Sales, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

Hard Machining of Chucked Parts - Cleverly Made

Dr. Guido Hegener, Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

14:35

Opportunities and Risks of Digitization - Finding the Right Strategy between Increasing Efficiency and Security Concerns

Dr. Roman Klement, Head of Development Control Technology, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Small to Medium Batch Sizes: Flexible Use of a Vertical Turning Machine

Björn Svatek, Sales & Marketing Director Modular Solutions, EMAG Salach GmbH

Complete Machining of Powertrain Components through Multitechnology 

Tino Freigang, Managing Director, EMAG Leipzig GmbH

15:00Visit Theme World, Drive Electric Car or Take a Factory Tour  
17:00Networking  
18:00Event Close  

Detailed Session Overview:


Environmental Zones and Driving Bans - Chances for an E-Mobility Future?

Prof. Dr. Matthias Klingner - Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Transport and Infrastructure Systems IVI

While there is a consensus that it is necessary to reduce air pollution in the interest of our health, the effectiveness of a variety of air-cleaning measures are being disputed. Current traffic restrictions such as local driving bans for diesel vehicles and the blocking of complete city centers are encouraging a lively political debate. Even though emission-free e-mobility is offering possible solutions, this technology is not completely developed, making conventional drive technology still indispensable. 

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Mobility of the Future - Connected Cars

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bratzel - Founder and Director, Auto-Institute "Center of Automotive Management" and Head of Automotive Management at the Technical University of Economics (FHDW)

The future of automotive mobility is defined by current trends such as e-mobility, connectivity, autonomous driving and mobility services. Automotive manufacturers have to significantly change their business models as new competitors – Apple, Alphabet/Google, Uber or Tencent and Alibaba – are challenging the industry leaders. These changes are causing a battle between the “big data players” and automotive manufacturers. This lecture will provide a glance into the drastically changing future of mobility.  

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How Machine Tool Builders and Users can benefit from Big Data and the Digital Twin

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Zäh - Director, Technical University of Munich

This presentation will use science and research to explore industry 4.0, big data, the digital twin and artificial intelligence (AI) in regards to its potential to increase productivity and reduce costs in modern manufacturing. Big data and AI are providing very promising solutions to the industry in terms of preventive maintenance, and machine tool builders are increasingly relying on FEM-based simulation tools (digital twin) to optimize the concept design prior to building a physical prototype. This presentation will shed light on typical projects and potential and limitations of these technologies.

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(P)ECM Solutions for E-Mobility & Hybrid Engines

Richard Keller - Member of the Management Board, EMAG ECM GmbH

The creation of new electric drive components, and the requirements for auxiliary equipment and functions (related to optimizing power consumption) for the new drive components have created the need for new workpieces and manufacturing challenges that are perfect for (P)ECM technology.

Especially the demand for a wider range, and increased availability of vehicles without long charging cycles requiring the use of hybrid drive concepts. As a result, combustion engines will continue to increase in demand.

This presentation will present possible future applications for this technology that will still allow for the production of the required amount of combustion engines.

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EMAG Systems - the Complete Solution for Manufacturing Systems

Bernhard Böttigheimer - Managing Director, EMAG Systems GmbH

If you peek inside one of our EMAG factories, you will see a number of production line projects. Demand from our customers for complete, comprehensive production solutions is continuing to rise. That is why EMAG Systems, our center dedicated entirely to the development and building of manufacturing systems, was created. In this presentation you will find out which services are included, and more about the benefits of this process.  

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Opportunities and Risks of Digitalization - Finding the Balance between Increasing Efficiency and Security Concerns

Dr. Roman Klement - Head of Development Control Technology, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

With “Industry 4.0” a substantial increase in productivity is promised with the digitization of machine tools. This is achieved primarily through networked machines and interconnected monitoring. The overall goal is to increase machine availability by achieving optimal cycle times and reducing unplanned downtimes. This presentation examines how industry 4.0 is implemented at EMAG and the challenges it brings for both the users and manufacturers.

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Possibilities and Applications of Additive Manufacturing with Arc and Wire (3DMP)

Christopher Heurich - Sales Manager, GEFERTEC GmbH

As the inventor of the 3DMP® process (3D metal print), in this presentation, GEFERTEC will explain the advantages of additive manufacturing when producing metal workpieces. Currently, a reliable process is available for about 30 alloys (aluminum, steel, nickel-based and titanium). 3DMP® makes it possible to produce entirely new usage dimensions in the actual workpiece, such as integrating cooling channels or joining different materials.

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Highly Efficient Grinding Systems for Shafts ensure Competitive Advantages

Roland Schmitz - Head of Grinding Technology, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

EMAG offers a variety of solutions for the hard machining of shafts including horizontal or vertical machining, round or out-of-round grinding or implementing combined processes – the possibilities are endless. After a short overview of the technological diversity, this presentation will introduce the optimal solutions for concrete applications (rotor shafts for e-motors, cam parts and hollow shafts).

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Benefit from the Advantages of Vertical Shaft Machining

Paul-Dieter Scharpf - Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

The concept of vertical shaft machining provides a number of advantages compared to horizontal machining for many serial production applications. Our vertical machining is performed in several, compact, machining operations with effortless parts handling. This presentation will address the challenges of vertical shaft machining, and address the number of possibilities and benefits. These advantages will be illustrated with sample solutions.

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Preview: MIND-L 1000 - The New Hardening Platform from EMAG eldec

Andreas Endmann - Head of Technology & Sales Hardening Systems, EMAG eldec Induction GmbH

The new MIND-L 1000 was designed by EMAG eldec to meet many challenges within the current market. This is the new standard for the induction hardening of medium to large batch sizes according to the proven indexing table principle and new optional features – all at a more affordable price. The machine’s effectiveness in the production of e-mobility components will also be expanded on in this presentation.

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The Transformation of the Powertrain System

Thomas Lüdiger - Manager, FEV Consulting GmbH

Drive trains are undergoing major changes. The electrification of the vehicle drive train has affected the mechanical and system engineering, as well as the supplier industry. It is expected that by 2030, 20 million electric drives will be produced. This almost exclusively concerns battery-powered drive systems. This change will also affect the components in vehicles and the overall supply chain. This presentation will discuss how these changes will be made and the overall extent of the changes.

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Universal Gear Cutting on the HLC 150 H: From Worm Gear to E-Bike Gear - Complete Manufacturing Systems for Gear Parts

Jörg Lohmann - Head of Technology & Product Management, EMAG Koepfer GmbH

The HLC 150 H is a complete production solution in every sense of the term. This system was designed for a broad range of workpieces, from gear and motor shafts to pinions and even planetary gears. In this live session, we will go into detail about the possible applications of this system, and modern features to achieve the shortest possible set-up times.

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Laser Technology for Challenging Powertrain Solutions

Dr. Andreas Mootz - Managing Director, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

Modern drive systems require maximum precision in manufacturing. The integration of several functions into engine parts and power train components, with the aim to reduce weight, leads to very complex part geometries.  At the same time, these highly stressed warpage-prone parts constitute a major challenge for laser welding. This presentation takes a closer look at how these challenges can be mastered with the expertise and technology of EMAG LaserTec.

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The Enormous Potential of Electric Motor Workpieces

Wolfgang Mayr - Head of Key Account Management, EMAG Systems GmbH

The increasing demand for and production of, vehicles with a hybrid or all-electric drive train have given rise to many new components and new tasks for production planning. Based on a variety of examples, in this presentation, we’ll show what solutions for this production project may look like. Various projects have already been developed, from complete turnkey manufacturing lines all the way to one-off solutions. You can't miss this presentation.

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EMAG ELC 160: Flexible Basis for Individual Laser Production Systems

Nikolas Meyer - Head of Sales, EMAG LaserTec GmbH

With its ELC 160, EMAG LaserTec has developed a versatile laser welding machine that can be implemented for the most diverse components.  In this presentation, we’ll start by showing which machining scenarios can be achieved using this machine with a few examples. During the live session performed directly on the machine, we’ll go into the special features of its design and explain how they contribute to the machine’s high productivity.

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Hard Machining of Chucked Parts - Cleverly Made

Dr. Guido Hegener - Managing Director, EMAG Maschinenfabrik GmbH

This presentation is all about the hard machining of chucked components. Components for classic and CVT transmissions, brake rotors with hard-material coatings and ceramic components—the range of possible applications for vertical pick-up machines dedicated to hard turning and grinding keeps broadening. In addition to the many interesting applications, this presentation will also show a live demonstration of the VLC 200 GT, and discuss the advantages that a flexible machine design offers to the user.  

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Small to Medium Batch Sizes: Flexible Use of a Vertical Turning Machine

Björn Svatek - Sales & Marketing Director - Modular Solutions, EMAG GmbH & Co. KG

Can a vertical pick-up machine be used flexibly? We will show you the advantages that a vertical pick-up machine is able to deliver over a horizontal turning center - starting with small to medium batch sizes. All that’s required are the right machine specifications, the appropriate peripherals and knowledge for quick re-tooling!

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Complete Machining of Powertrain Components through Multitechnology

Tino Freigang - Managing Director, EMAG Leipzig GmbH

Using a real life example, this presentation will show the approach for efficient, flexible complete machining of complex geometries using automated manufacturing cells. Machining strategies for selected utility vehicle drive train workpieces will be presented. The live session on the modern, high precision 5-axis VMC 450-5MT will demonstrate the advantages of complete machining on EMAG production turning centers.

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From Networked Manufacturing to Mobility Services - the Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry

Markus Turber - Managing Director, Intuity Media Lab GmbH

By now, the digital transformation has permeated all areas of our lives. This leads to areas of tension between traditional usage behaviors and methods, and new habits resulting from the use of smart devices and digital services. Intuity finds itself in the midst of these areas of tension and develops solutions to break them up. In this presentation, we’ll show the transformational effects that digitalization has on the automotive industry and what we may expect.

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