EuroMold 2014: High-tech made in Germany

EuroMold – World Fair for Moldmaking and Tooling, Design and Application Development – German market leaders present innovations for ever greater precision and cost effectiveness

EuroMold 2014: High-tech made in Germany

Frankfurt/Main, 31st October 2014: This year more than 1000 exhibitors await visitors at EuroMold, the leading world fair for moldmaking and tooling, design and application development held from 25th to 28th of November 2014 in Frankfurt am Main. Exhibitors from Germany and around the world are presenting groundbreaking ideas for numerous industries, sectors and specialist fields. All of them are introducing visitors to ways of faster, more cost-effective and efficient product development.

Among the numerous renowned German and international exhibitors are big names like GEISS AG, HASCO and MISSLER and ExOne. They are introducing EuroMold visitors to trendsetting innovations in their specialist fields. Cost effectiveness, greater precision and a look at the near future of product development Made in Germany take centre stage.

Geiss AG is presenting its newly developed T10 thermoforming machine which, like all GEISS thermoforming machines, is a single-station system but where all drive elements of the table drive are arranged underneath the clamping level. Therefore the T10 guarantees the most efficient use of production space.

HASCO Hasenclever GmbH and MISSLER are presenting an innovative design software for moldmaking and tooling developed in cooperation between the two companies. The HASCO standard parts module in combination with the newly developed TopSolid7 software from MISSLER makes the development of 3D designs for injection moulding tools much easier, combining the principles of cost effectiveness and precision.

ExOne GmbH from Augsburg, the specialist for additive manufacturing using the sand printing process, is setting standards with the new M-Flex 3D printer as the fastest metal printer in its class. The M-Flex 3D printer is capable of printing components directly in stainless steel, subsequently achieving final strength with the help of a sintering and infiltration process. This 3D printing process embodies the perfect combination of cost effectiveness and efficiency.

Progress in all industries and specialist fields becomes tangible reality at EuroMold 2014.

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About EuroMold:
EuroMold is the world’s leading trade fair for mould-making and tooling, design and product development and celebrates its 21st anniversary in 2014. Based on the process chain “from design to prototype to series”, it presents products and services, technologies and innovations, trends and tendencies for the markets of the future. The EuroMold process chain promotes the formation of networks, partnerships and business relationships. EuroMold offers a unique trade fair concept that closes the gap between industrial designers, product developers, fabricators, suppliers and users. The EuroMold trade fair reveals methods for the faster, more cost-effective and efficient development and manufacturing of new products. This increasingly plays a central role in the modern economy. The renowned trade fair organiser DEMAT GmbH transfers the successful concept of world-leading EuroMold trade fair to attractive foreign markets on a total of five continents.

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Carl-von-Noorden-Platz 5
60596 Frankfurt / Main
+49 (0) 69 27 40 03-30

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