EuroBLECH 2016

24th International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition

25 - 29 October 2016 - Hanover, Germany

EuroBLECH White Papers

Come Together: Joining Technology in Car Manufacturing

Joining technologies are in a state of upheaval: The increasing mix of materials in car body construction and the increasing use of aluminium demand a rethinking of most joining processes. In particular, car makers request innovative solutions, not only for pure aluminium constructions, but also for joining diverse materials such as aluminium and steel or aluminium and fibre composites.


Quo vadis Industry 4.0?

When Industry 4.0 took off in Germany it rapidly made it to the headlines. With the digital agenda of the federal government it received highest political priority. The future of the whole German manufacturing business was connected to it. But where stands Industry 4.0 in reality? In fact a number of medium sized companies offer interesting solutions. Research made big progress; it helps to re-think a number of processes completely.

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