The Horn Technology Days are back after four years.
From the 14th to 16th June 2023, Horn at its Tübingen site will offer insights into production and focus on the topic of “Mastering processes” where by the tool, workholding and machine make up a production process.
In most cases it is not as simple as it looks at first glance, the company says. Especially when it comes to cutting cycles or the properties and capabilities of machines, including synchronised spindles and much more, a lot happens before a process is up and running. The process requires a holistic approach and understanding to make it viable for users and provide added value. For example, gear skiving, polygon turning, slotting, high-speed whirling and Swiss-type turning are all processes that are the focus of attention.
“Our understanding of processes is key to holding our own in the top class of machining,” says Markus Horn, Managing Director of Paul Horn GmbH.
Visitors can choose from numerous programme items: Technical lectures, live machining, exhibits, industry-specific exhibition areas, face-to-face discussions and extensive flexibility in production.
The eight lectures of Horn Technology Days 2023 at a glance:
- HiPIMS: Quantum leap in tool coating
- Lead-free: Machining brass and steel with process reliability
- Polygon turning, high-speed whirling, rotational turning: New processes using the medical industry as an example
- Gear teeth thinking ahead: Optimal processes for gear machining
- E-mobility: Tool solutions from Horn
- From enquiry to delivery in 7 days: Tools for profile grooving and profile broaching in networked manufacturing
- Turning, milling, drilling: Achieving the right results with ultra-hard grades
- Expertise in sliding-head turning: New tools and processes
Numerous partner companies complement the Horn Technology Days 2023. Speakers and experts will be available to provide advice.
“We are looking forward once again to discussing projects with our customers, prospects and other visitors to jointly advance production technology,” says Philipp Dahlhaus, Head of Product Management.
In addition, the carbide production facility will be open to visitors. State-of-the-art equipment for the production of carbide as well as different shaping processes – from axial pressing to extrusion will be on display.
On Thursday morning, 15th June 2023, the final presentation of the BMBF-funded project ZykloMed will take place. The topic: functionally integrated implants through novel synchronised-cyclical machining processes.
In addition to Horn, the project partners are Index-Werke, Hahn & Tessky, Beutter Präzisions-Komponenten, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) incorporating the wbk Institute for Production Technology.
For more information: www.horn-technologydays.com