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Getting melt into shape

A central issue regarding the die casting process is the mould. It determines the contours of a die cast part and affects its properties. Mouldmaking still has a huge development potential, particularly in…

Challenges in the market for structural castings posed by globalization

Die casting is an economic method for the manufacture of structural components. The foundries that operate in this area have to cope with a number of challenges. The use of modern manufacturing technology…

EUROGUSS 2018: Mecca for the international die-casting industry

The latest EUROGUSS came to an end on 18 January 2018 after three successful days that set a new record for visitor numbers. Snow, rain, squalls and the associated traffic chaos in many…

A bright future for die casting

Does die casting technologies and processes still exist in the “era of additive manufacturing”? Yes of course, last market trends are confirming that. Counter to the general development in world trade, global exports…

EUROGUSS 2018 ready to start

EUROGUSS will take place at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 16 to 18 January 2018. With around 600 exhibitors and more than 12,000 visitors expected, it’s one of the leading trade fair for…

EUROGUSS 2018 – International Trade Fair for Die Casting will show innovative solutions for the production and application of die-cast components.

Heat and surface treatment in the die casting industry

Die-casting processes enable the cost-effective production of narrowly tolerated parts that have many beneficial characteristics. In certain cases, it is possible to optimize the mechanical properties even further by means of heat and…

Programme for International German Die Casting Congress 2018 is now online

What are the latest technologies for the die casting process? What are the developments in processes and materials? And what’s going on at the user end? These and similar questions will be explored…

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