360° technology innovation for industry: it’s mecspe!

With its 9 theme trade shows, complete overview of materials, solutions, machines and machninigs for planning, engineerization and production of manufactured items, and its exhibition formulas with an high innovative content, MECSPE 2015 presents itself like an essential meeting point among industrial chains and technologies, where it is possible to find solutions to improve the own production and new partners. From the 26th to the 28th of March, MECSPE will occupy for the first time all the pavilions of Fiere di Parma (Parma Fairground), widening its own exhibition area and offering many special initiatives, addressed to the most strategic product sectors, that will be focused on the macro trends of the manufacturing division, such as the industrial digitization and the system innovation that looks beyond the automation, thelean and efficient management of production and warehouse, the micromachinings and the nanotechnologies, the materials lightening and the 3D printing.

Highest expression of these trends will be the second edition of the Digital Factory–Beyond the automation©, the initiative that will show how it is possible to integrate all the systems and subsystems necessary to the realization of a product – from prototyping to planning and to production and assembly – reducing wastes and costs. In the Factory will be realized some component parts of the ultralight electric race car planned by team H2Polito from the Politecnico (polytechnic institute) in Turin. In the Digital Factory, the 3DExperience Square will present an immersive room, where virtual reality will take shape, interacting with parts of the Politecnico car.

To Digital Manufacturing will be dedicated a space, where it will be presented an integrated solution, in Cloud version, for the management of data relative to mechanic machining, that is able not only to memorize single mechanic machining like tool path, technological and geometrical data, but also to simulate them and is equipped with an high level interface between operator and CNC machines.

Always about simulation in planning, MECSPE suggests the Simulation Square, where will be presented some products optimized and developed thanks to the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and will be organized seminars and workshops.

The lean and efficient automation will be in the middle of the Lean Automation in Logistics, an area curated by C-Log (research centre of the LIUC University) that will recreate at 1:1 scale a production department with manual and automated machinings, in order to show the most innovative solutions and to teach to the operators the right wares handling. About the same topic, during the first day, the Associazione Meccanica will present the conference “How Lean can help the companies to increase performances and improve processes”that will present the experience of the Lean Excellence Centre of the Politecnico in Milan in the development and the implementations of a Lean approach specific for the productions orders.

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