Highlights of GMTN 2015

Photo: Control system for rolling mills
Control system for rolling mills A real control system enables visitors to METEC 2015 to control the entire production of heavy plate structures in a rolling mill and to analyse the processes.
Photo: WesPe – the wind generator for the garden
WesPe – the wind generator for the garden: The little wind generator for the garden looks really cute with its wasp shape.
Photo: Racing car demonstrates the versatility of foundry engineering
Racing car demonstrates the versatility of foundry engineering: The Swiss die casting company Bühler is using an authentic racing car to demonstrate the variety of different car parts that are produced with the help of foundry engineering.
Photo: Live production of small blue racing cars
Live production of small blue racing cars: Small, inorganically manufactured castings in the form of little blue racing cars are being produced directly at GIFA. In doing this, the company ASK from Hilden in Germany is highlighting very convincingly the environmental advantages of inorganic bonding systems over organic processes.
Photo: 50-ton furnace is being transported to Saudi Arabia after GIFA
50-ton furnace is being transported to Saudi Arabia after GIFA: Once the “Bright World of Metals” 2015 is over, the 50-tonne induction furnace manufactured by the Dortmund company ABP is being shipped to Rabigh in Saudi Arabia.
Photo: Industrial robots
Industrial robots: The robot and plant manufacturer Kuka from Augsburg in Germany is not only presenting robots at GIFA. Visitors who are interested in being shaken about at five different speed levels can go for a ride on the Robocoaster – there is a “gentle” setting for beginners.
Photo: Cast manhole covers specially for the 2018 football World Cup in Russia
Cast manhole covers specially for the 2018 football World Cup in Russia: The Czech foundry Kasi has designed and produced special manhole covers for the 2018 football World Cup in Russia on a foundry machine from Heinrich Wagner Sinto (Bad Laasphe in Germany).