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How electronic scrap recycling reduces raw material costs and protects the environment


Separation processes permit cost-effective material recovery
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The difficult path to "green" metal


New manufacturing technologies protect the environment
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Additive manufacturing for cars: From prototyping to serial components


With new technologies, 3D-printing becomes much more viable
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What shapes the future in castings


These five trends are important for foundries in 2019
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Why cyber security is important to the industry


Viruses threaten businesses by espionaging or deleting files. But: There are ways to stay safe.
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How more efficient logistics network the future


Swisslog’s concept for smart cities
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How Salzgitter AG intends to avoid greenhouse gases in the future


Hydrogen instead of carbon with SALCOS
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How Primetals makes industry even smarter


The smart factory of the future
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Additive manufacturing: Cheaper, faster, better?


Additive manufacturing has been gaining in importance in the industrial sector for around ten years now. Sintering processes, new FDM technologies and printers the size of entire warehouses have developed from what once were small Cartesian printers. In the meantime, technology is regarded as a kind of panacea in many industries - but this technology is not going to be for some time yet.
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Virtual Reality: Industry with new eyes


Virtual Reality itself is an old story: Already in the 1980s, this technology wanted to take off. However, the right technology was simply not available yet. Today it is different. VR Glasses can be used in production environments. This thus allows the industry to benefit from the new technology.
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