Highly flexible and at the same time productive grinding and turning processes for electromobility and co. - this is the claim EMAG is making at this year's EMO in Milan from October 4 to 9. Among other things, the focus will be on the G 250 machine from EMAG SU (formerly: Samputensili), based near Bologna. With this solution, axle drive gears, gear wheels and shafts with a maximum length of 550 millimeters can be produced cost-effectively by generating or profile grinding. If required, very small profile grinding wheels or generating grinding worms can also be used, which ensures maximum flexibility and productivity in production. What other solutions will be the focus of the EMO presentation, where EMAG SU's machines will be on display on an EMAG stand for the first time since the acquisition of Samputensili?