EMO Hannover Articles
3D printing on the threshold of mass production
Industrial 3D printing has now become an integral part of metalworking. EMO Hannover 2019 is reflecting this development by launching a compact new section to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art in this field. Service providers, machine and tool manufacturers as well as software providers will be presenting their latest innovations in the 300m2 additive manufacturing circle show area.
Startup area at EMO Hannover sees exciting newcomers
Startups are sought after. Many established companies are looking to make contact and cooperate with them and/or invest in them. Thomas Staufenbiel, one of the three founders of Gestalt Robotics GmbH in Berlin, is just such a sought-after businessman. At EMO Hannover, the company is presenting its tailor-made automation and artificial intelligence (AI) software on the startup stand of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in Hall 9.
Engineering inspired by nature: EMO Hannover to showcase startups
There is an established tradition of young entrepreneurs presenting their new business models at EMO Hannover. CellCore, a company founded by Andreas Krüger and two of his colleagues at the end of 2016, is one of the exhibitors on the joint startup stand supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Their business model is based on biomimetic engineering in which highly efficient natural structures, optimised by evolution ov...
What's new at this year's EMO Hannover show?
From the 16th-20th September 2019, EMO Hannover will once again be opening its doors to the large machine tool market. This year's theme is focussing on 'Smart technologies driving tomorrow's production'. The theme will also be highlighted in a new area for individual control technology, software and automation technology exhibitors.