During a recent open house event at DMG MORI’s factory in Pfronten, Germany, the company highlighted advances in digitalization as well as automation and additive manufacturing.
The additions add up to a total of 21 qualified printable materials: 10 single-alloy metals, six ceramics and five composites.
Siemens Digital Industries Software’s NX platform is described as an end-to-end software solution for part manufacturing, powering machining, robot programming, 3D printing and CNC programming.
“In season two, we’ll continue to explore how 3D printing is changing manufacturing through a brand new set of cool parts,” says one of the co-hosts.
This year, the conference is seeking additive manufacturing end users in particular to come and present about their use of the technology.
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