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Discovering The ‘Digital Suite’ In Action

Discovering the ‘Digital Suite’ in Action

In the beginning of this year, Schuler presented its “Digital Suite” solutions for networking forming technology. At the Blechexpo trade show from October 26 to 29 in Stuttgart, users can see for themselves the practical benefits of this technology on the example of a C-frame press type CFL 160.

“Schuler is the first press manufacturer to also offer fully networked C-frame presses,” clarifies Managing Director Frank Klingemann, who heads the Industry Division. “This means that we have now digitised almost our entire product range.” However, operators who want to prepare for the Industrial Internet of Things do not necessarily have to replace their presses: “We also offer many solutions that can be retrofitted for existing systems,” adds Service Managing Director Torsten Petrick. “They help with the start of production, ongoing operation, and maintenance.”

Schuler will also be showcasing its mechanical transfer presses, which are available both with and without servo drives, and its hydraulic lines for the production of parts for lightweight automotive construction – be it with hot stamping, hydroforming or fiber-reinforced plastics (composites). For many applications, Aweba provides the appropriate dies. The Schuler subsidiary also supports its customers from the automotive and supplier industries in the transition to e-mobility: with dies and die casting molds for electric motors or battery housings.


EuroBLECH Launches Digital Innovation Series For 2021 In April Focusing On Forming Technology

EuroBLECH Launches Digital Innovation Series for 2021 In April Focusing On Forming Technology

EuroBLECH is launching the Digital Innovation Series 2021, providing an essential marketplace and business platform for the international sheet metal working industry which has been impacted by the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The event series will deliver a set of targeted curated digital events to allow companies from across the globe to come together on one platform to exchange knowledge and expertise, discover innovations as well as conduct business meetings to discuss manufacturing solutions. The series of events will take place during the course of this year.

The organiser of EuroBLECH, Mack Brooks Exhibitions, has announced a new online event series for the international sheet metal working community. The event series provides a dedicated virtual market place for innovative manufacturing solutions, knowledge transfer and worldwide business contacts on a brand-new online platform. The EuroBLECH Digital Innovation Series is a much-anticipated trade and networking event for the global sheet metal working community, presenting a broad programme for trade professionals including virtual product presentations, expert webinars, and a new meeting option. Visitors can participate for free and register online now.

Hosted online from 27 – 28 April 2021, the first event of the Digital Innovation Series will be focussed on Forming Technology including Sheet Metal Parts & Materials as well as Tool Technology and will offer visitors the opportunity to discover latest developments and innovations of exhibitors. A webinar series will address challenges and provide fresh inspiration to boost productivity and efficiency, increase margins and present new technology solutions.

“Following the launch of the EuroBLECH Digital Innovation Summit in October last year, we have listened to the feedback of all participants. Many wanted to see more targeted content and a much clearer focus on products and innovations”, explains Evelyn Warwick, Event Director of EuroBLECH. “Hence, with the launch of the brand-new Digital Innovation Series, we are acting upon the feedback we have received, with three curated digital events. The first one is set to take place in April, with a spotlight on forming technology. Visitors will be able to participate in live product presentations, arrange meetings and use a new chat functionality to get in touch with suppliers. In addition, a webinar programme focussed on forming technology will provide latest insights into this technology sector”, continues Evelyn Warwick.


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OMAX To Demonstrate Waterjet Precision At EuroBLECH 2021

OMAX To Demonstrate Waterjet Precision At EuroBLECH 2021


OMAX Corp will showcase their extensive product line at EuroBLECH 2021. EuroBlech 2020 has been rescheduled to March 9th-12th 2021. Included in this year’s line up the ProtoMAX and OMAX 55100. Visitors to the OMAX booth (Hall 12 / Stand H80) will experience versatility and high precision proving there is a waterjet for every level of manufacturing.

ProtoMAX is a compact cutting tool ideal for prototyping and low-volume abrasive waterjet cutting. With a cutting window of 305 mm by 305 mm, the light-industrial waterjet cuts nearly any material up to 26 mm thick. The ProtoMAX is perfect for small job shops, engineering classrooms, makerspaces and personal use.

A much more robust machine, the OMAX 55100 JetMachining Center is the largest of the OMAX cantilever-style machines. With the addition of a Tilt-a-Jet and a 40hp EnduroMAX pump, the OMAX waterjet become a powerful and versatile tool to add to your shop floor. The Tilt-A-Jet positions the nozzle at a precise angle calculated by the industry-leading IntelliMAX software to exactly offset the natural taper from the abrasive jet.

IntelliMAX was engineered specifically for use with abrasive waterjets and no special machine code knowledge is required to use it. A person unfamiliar with CNC machine operation can learn to cut parts on an OMAX waterjet in just a few hours. Online training for machine operation and maintenance is provided free, so customers can access training information whenever they need it and at their own pace. In addition to being easy to use, IntelliMAX software is compatible with more than 90 different file formats, including all major CAD program file types, plus graphics file formats such as .jpg, .gif, and .png files. This means almost any 2D or 3D part file can be imported directly into an OMAX waterjet controller and turned into a real part.

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