More than 100 exhibitors from eleven countries will be on hand when the first DeburringEXPO opens its doors from the 13th through the 15th of October, 2015. They’ll present products and services for reliable and efficient deburring, rounding and polishing processes which have a decisive effect on manufacturing quality.
Regardless of the industry sector and the manufacturing technology, deburring, rounding and polishing are indispensable steps in modern components production processes. And ever stricter quality and accuracy requirements have to be reliably fulfilled in the face of simultaneously rising cost pressure. DeburringEXPO, now being launched by fairXperts GmbH & Co. KG, does justice to this trend. The trade fair, taking place at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre from 13 to 15 October 2015, focuses exclusively on the issues of deburring, rounding and polishing for a broad range of industry sectors and materials. Consequently, it provides suppliers and users with a unique presentation and information platform, thus promoting a targeted exchange regarding products and services, and above all solutions. More than 100 exhibitors from eleven countries (status as of August 2015), including numerous market and innovation leaders, will take advantage of this opportunity. “Thanks to the great interest demonstrated by exhibiting companies, visitors from vehicle manufacturing, drive and transmission technology, aviation and aerospace, machinery manufacturing, medical engineering, sanitary, clock making, the tool and die industry, fluid engineering, hydraulics, precision engineering, microtechnology and other sectors will be awaited by comprehensive and representative offerings, about which they can gather information in a targeted fashion on a single day”, explains Hartmut Herdin, managing director of fairXperts.
Premiere with Numerous Firsts
Numerous firsts, which will be showcased at the premiere in all trade fair segments, are further indication that DeburringEXPO is being received as an important industry meeting place right from the start. These include, for example, a model for predicting and minimising burrs. It makes a considerable contribution to ensuring reliable and economically efficient deburring processes. A new process will also be presented which makes it possible for the first time to deburr cross-holes with nearly any diameter ratio and with intersection angles of significantly less than 90° in an automated fashion within the machining process with a defined cutter. Highlights will also include the innovative and easy-to-automate cavitation deburring process by means of which ultrasonically induced cavitation is used for targeted deburring of external and internal component surfaces with minimal energy consumption. The exhibitors will also present new and further developments in the fields of thermal energy machining (TEM), electrochemical machining (ECM), precision electrochemical machining (PECM), abrasive flow machining, vibratory grinding, brush deburring and blasting with solid and liquid media. One of the event’s focal points will cover solutions for the automation of deburring, rounding and polishing processes, in order to significantly enhance their reproducibility and economic efficiency. Measuring technology for process monitoring and quality control are further areas within which the exhibitors at DeburringEXPO will present new and further developed systems.