Blechexpo survey by ROEMHELD on the digital future of the press: Manufacturers are well prepared for electromobility
The trend topics: servo drives, digitalisation, networking, condition monitoring
ROEMHELD presents industry 4.0-compatible die clamping technology
Hilchenbach, January 13, 2020. Manufacturers of forming presses and stamping presses feel well prepared for the production of components for electromobility. The corresponding machines are consistently on offer. This was confirmed by a survey conducted by the clamping technology specialist ROEMELD at Blechexpo with its industrial partners AIDA, Andritz Kaiser, Bruderer, Schuler and Simpac.
The experts believe that in the near future there will be a trend towards simple, cost-effective and easily retrofittable solutions for digitalisation and networking of presses as well as for condition monitoring. The aim is to make it possible to experience the benefits of the technologies and, in particular, to convince small and medium-sized enterprises. According to the experts, servo presses are likely to gain further market share in the coming years, not at least due to increasingly complex processes. Growth opportunities are seen above all in Asia and the NAFTA countries.
In the future, the tasks of die clamping technology could go beyond the mere optimisation and automation of set-up times. Thus, industry 4.0-compatible clamping elements are assigned an important role to be able to control additional functions in the die as processes become more complex and to supply condition monitoring with data.
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