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Porsche printed pistons

Porsche Prints Pistons
Although Porsche—like most OEMs—has been using additive technology to produce prototype components and the like, through work performed with supplier Mahle and equipment manufacturer Trumpf, it is using additive for pistons.

Copper workpieces 3D-printed on a TruPrint 1000 printer using a green rather than red laser source.

To 3D Print Copper, Green Means Go
Trumpf’s new process opens up new possibilities for 3D printing in the electronics and automotive industries.

The Trumpf/Stopa AGV uses a laser sensor navigation system with a 270-degree field of vision that uses reflectors placed around the facility as reference markers.

The Modern AGV Delivers Flexibility
Automatically guided vehicles are getting smarter and more versatile.

IMTS 2016 Preview

IMTS 2016 Preview
About the Event The 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) marks the 31st edition of the event which will take place September 12-17, 2016, at McCormick Place in Chicago.

Laser Scanning for Improved Prototyping
When you’re doing production prototype work for Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), you’ve (1) got to be good and (2) you’ve got to be able to prove it.  Which is what Redditch, U.K.-based Birmingham Prototypes discovered when it began to supply JLR with stampings and brackets a few years back.

Laser Cutting Hot-Stamped Steel
TRUMPF has increased the performance of its TruLaser Cell 8030 for handling 3D cutting of advanced high-strength steels.

On Mfg: Oct. 2013

On Mfg: Oct. 2013
  New Insert Geometries for Turning Walter USA (walter-tools.com/us) has launched a new series of insert geometries for turning a wide-range of materials.

Lasers for Improved Design & Engineering
VW extensively uses lasers for joining in the Volkswagen Golf VII.

Laser: The Disk Advantage
While no single piece of equipment is ideal for everything, those looking for a better way to perform production welding ought to consider these solid-state laser systems for speed, efficiency, and effectiveness.

VW Is Hot On Lasers
Today, the model that is without a doubt a laser-intensive vehicle is the Golf V, which, according to Dr. Klaus Loeffler, has an astonishing 70 m of laser-welded joints on it. Nothing else comes close.