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This is how Bosch Rexroth sets new standards with their automation platform ctrlX AUTOMATION


New automation platform ctrlX AUTOMATION from Bosch Rexroth requires less space and reduces engineering effort
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Rheinmetall to supply the Swiss Army with VarioRay LLM laser light modules


The order is worth a figure in the lower two-digit euro million range and it also includes accessories, spare parts and training support.
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Merging virtual and real processes


Controller generation SINUMERIK ONE presented in the Fill Future Dome
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ANDRITZ receives major order for paper machine rebuild from MOPAK Kağıt Karton, Turkey


With this rebuild, which is the first part of a multi-stage project, the capacity of the mill will be increased to 500,000 t/a
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Electromobility: KUKA secures contract worth millions in future oriented market


KUKA won the contract for the planning and supply of a fully automated battery pack line
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Heraeus Medical Components extends their advanced interventional catheter manufacturing capabiliies


Heraeus Medical Components extends their advanced interventional catheter design, development and manufacturing capabilities with acquisition of Contract Medical International
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A bridge between technology and music: Heraeus AMLOY and Nik Huber Guitars build the first guitar with amorphous metals


3D-printed bridge made of amorphous metal: customizable, corrosion-resistant, improved sound quality
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Man and machine in unison: Digitilization conquers casting technology


Fill Machine Engineering presents state-of-the-art solutions for Industry 4.0, Communication 4.0, and Work 4.0
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Pumps for North American market worth €140 million


Furthermore there is a demand on special variable oil pumps.
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Siemens builds Germany’s largest “power outlet” for ships for Port of Kiel


With this, a potential reduction of more than 8,000 tons of CO2 annually
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