Process Live

Technologie as an experience

With the new “Process live” format, processing and manufacturing processes will become the focus of COMPOSITES EUROPE. Joining forces in group exhibits, mechanical and plant engineering companies will showcase their technologies in live interactions that will serve to demonstrate sub-processes in a larger context. Automation will be the main attraction.

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News about Process Live:

Global debut:

Dedicated to automated cutting technology, the first “Process live” area will be realised by the cutting specialists Gunnar (Switzerland) in collaboration with the automation experts Airborne (Netherlands) and the gripping systems providers Schmalz (Germany). The process plant installed and making its global debut at the trade show comprises the automated steps, from efficiently nesting the cutting data, unrolling the material and placing it onto the cutting table to cutting and removing the cut piles to robots efficiently sorting and stacking everything in the shelving system. The challenge is the great variability of components. “We’ll show how our machines interact with each other efficiently as a single integrated system and how this combination can help to significantly lower material and process costs when product complexity, product volume and/or quality aspirations are present”, says Thomas Schwarz, Gunnar’s marketing director.

Premiere "Process live" at COMPOSITES EUROPE 

The new Process Live space at COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will put a clear focus on processing and manufacturing. The aim: to turn innovative manufacturing processes in the composite industry into real, tangible experiences. The joint exhibition space will feature machinery and plant manufacturers showcasing their technologies in live interaction - and will include amongst others the Swiss cutting specialists GUNNAR. Thomas Schwarz, Marketing Director at GUNNAR, explains what's so special about their presentation.
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"Process live": COMPOSITES EUROPE 2018 with focus on manufacturing processes

Technology as an experience: with the new "Process live" format, processing and manufacturing processes will become the focus of COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart from 6 to 8 November. Joining forces in group exhibits, mechanical and plant engineering companies will showcase their technologies in live interactions that will serve to demonstrate sub-processes in a larger context. Automation will be the main attraction.
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