"Smart technologies driving tomorrow´s production" was the motto of EMO Hannover 2019 - In keeping with this, the customer magazine Star presents Starrag's prime examples of intelligent technology for todays and tomorrows production.
Dr. Christian Walti
A packed audience of aerospace production specialists were treated to a font of advanced manufacturing knowledge at the AMRC with Boeing Centre, Sheffield.
Hugely popular once again and now in its seventh year, the Turbine Technology Days 2019 in Rorschacherberg attracted 200 leaders in the aerospace and energy industry.
Reliable production conditions at least with 95% machine availability that´s the Starrag promise.
A Starrag ECOSPEED F 2040 FMS consisting of two linked machining centres is the newest highlight at Premium AEROTEC’s Varel plant in North Germany.
KOSO Kent Introl’s latest investment in the Starrag Group’s Heckert 630 DBF horizontal machining centre is paying big dividends in the machining of valve bodies.
The productivity benefits that oil and gas companies can gain by using Starrag’s Heckert DBF horizontal machining centres are unquestionable – thanks to the machines’ integral U-axis that carries the Starrag DBF multitasking head, the rewards for one-hit, multi-facet, multi-face machining are unrivalled!
Any manufacturer of XXL machine tools can probably come up with gigantic data and fantastical characteristic values. But the real size of this kind of investment is often not seen until after years of operation, as a visit to satisfied Starrag customer NEUMAN & ESSER GmbH & Co. KG in Übach-Palenberg showed.
A Shanghai company relies on Bumotec
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