DMG MORI conducts IGA innovation days 2015

 Machine tool builder DMG MORI recently organised IGA Innovation Days 2015 at the company’s IGA Solution Centre in Japan highlighting manufacturing technology.
According to DMG MORI, the IGA Solution Centre has been remodelled to become one of the world’s largest machine tool exhibition sites.
DMG MORI displayed 58 cutting-edge machines and presented the latest case examples for various industries including automotive, aircraft, construction machinery, medical equipment, die and mould, and energy fields. The company performed the live demonstrations of LASERTEC 4300 3D using DMG MORI’s new original technique that combines the powder nozzle method in which metal powder and laser are simultaneously injected to generate metal deposits, with turning/milling. “In the powder nozzle method, a deposition process can be done up to 20 times faster than in the powder bed method,” the company claims.  On the NLX3000/3000, DMG MORI also performed demonstration machining of heavy-duty cutting of long workpieces, which was as powerful as that of a machining centre.
The “Porsche 919 Hybrid” mock-up display was also one of the major features of the event. Brendon Hartley, one of the Porsche’s racing drivers, came over for a special talk show where he talked about the backstage of the race, features of the Porsche 919 Hybrid and his ambition towards the FIA World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of Fuji.
During the 4-day event, DMG MORI held cutting-edge technology seminars on automation, 5-axis machines and the automotive and aircraft-related topics, and future oriented technical information from machining issues to advanced technologies was presented to help customers improve their business and skills. The event attracted around 9,000 visitors.

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