DMG MORI to demonstrate the future of production technology live in Hall 2 at EMO 2017

Eight world premieres.

From the 18th to 23rd September 2017 DMG MORI will again exhibit in the entire Hall 2, North Entrance, on an exhibition area of approximately 10 000m². DMG MORI will be showcasing around 80 high-tech machines at the EMO 2017 to demonstrate its latest innovations and integral technology solutions, right through to the digital factory.

Path of digitisation
The key topic at the EMO in Hannover is the “Path of Digitisation” from DMG MORI, with which the company smooths the way to the future of the “Digital Factory” for its customers worldwide. The supporting pillars of success here include the APP-based CELOS® control and operating system, the DMG MORI technology cycles and customised software solutions for maximum efficiency in digital production. In line with this the company will also be demonstrating the diversity of the automation solutions in the new unmistakable VERTICO design. DMG MORI will be presenting around half of the machines on show with automation.

The future of additive manufacturing
With a fully digitalised process chain DMG MORI will be presenting its future technologies in the field of additive manufacturing at the EMO. Its offer of both laser deposition welding with a powder nozzle (Laser Metal Deposition) and selective laser melting in a powder bed (SLM) means that DMG MORI has bundled together the most important generative production processes for metallic materials under one roof.

DMG MORI Technology Excellence Centre
From the “Product to the Process” is the slogan of the EMO branch solutions at the DMG MORI Technology Excellence Centre. By integrating customers in the joint process development at a very early stage DMG MORI offers customised technical turnkey solutions in the aerospace, automotive, die & mold and medical sectors.

Eight world premieres
DMG MORI once again demonstrates its innovative strength with eight world premieres from the technological fields of turning and milling. The latest CTX 2500 | 700 universal turning centre is the prelude to the fifth generation of this successful series, while the CLX 550 enlarges the range of basic turning machines. With the NTX 2500 DMG MORI expands its portfolio in turn-mill machining. In addition the third generation CTV 250 plus the MULTISPRINT 25 and MULTISPRINT 36 multi-spindle automatic lathes stand as examples of automated performance for more efficiency in serial production. The DMU 340 Gantry and DMU 200 Gantry 5-axis universal machines round off the world premieres as two new additions to the XXL range.

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