With the use of mobile laser-hardening robots and the use of an adaptive laser head for additive manufacturing, BILSING expands its production range. This investment will allow tools or other instrumnets of any size to precise curing and thus make the tool more durable. The robot's mobility allows BILSING to optimize added-value process because all tools can be hardened on the customer's site. Therefore, there are no additional logistic costs for the customer. Alternatively, the customer has the option to send the tools to a BILSING plant for hardening. An additional adaptable laser head enables the precise application on steel tools as well as on already intsalled tools and components, which can be reworked or repaired without dismantling. Even sophisticated three-dimensional shapes can be processed this way.
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The new AsiaBLECH 2016 (before BLECH China) takes place May 11-13 2016 in Suzhou International Expo Center, China, and BILSING is presenting the latest innovations for the Asian market on a 25 square meter booth. Focusing solutions for the high-speed press lines as well as other manufacturing lines, BILSING shows new systems and services to optimize the manufacturing process and to speed up the production. The 3D simulation of the process, the offline programming of the complete production line and automation as well as new carbon fiber systems and the latest vacuum cup technologies you can find on the BILSING booth C34.
Within an interview on the exhibition W&I at the university of Siegen, our dual trainee Alex Vollmers informed about his experiences with the dual system at BILSING as well as his duties while the on-the-job trainings. Each year BILSING offers new jobs as a dual student in Mechanical Engineering or Mechatronics. See the full interview on the Facebook page of karriere-suedwestfalen.de and find out more about the dual traning system at BILSING.