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The organizers of Advanced Machine Tools and Advanced Factories unveiled the past 15 March the main keys to the new exhibition couple, a benchmark for the advanced manufacturing sector. Aspromec, as supporting partner of the fair, was present at the exhibition. Albert Planas, CEO y Managing Director de Nebext, accompanied by Salvador Giró, President of Advanced Factories, Xavier Arambarri, presidente de Advanced Machine Tools, and Oscar Inigo, director of two congresses...

Tebis Iberia, company dedicated to the development of CAD/CAM/MES systems for the manufacture of parts and components and sponsor of Aspromec, will take a CAM system course, next to the Practical Training Center, aimed at employed workers and unemployed people, who have notions of machining. The objectives are: Introduce procedures for obtaining Numerical Control programs in a fully automatic way, through the application of an Assisted manufacturing system..

The industrial and machining sector continues to advance on its way to Industry 4.0, an advanced production ecosystem, automated and interconnected consisting of a symbiosis between production methods and ICT. This new scenario entails new industrial ecosystems and new business models. 'The Future of industries' analyzes the fourth industrial revolution The online and free event, ‘The Future of Industries’, of which Aspromec is a partner, will review the next 23 of March...

our sponsor, RobotPlus, formalized the 16 February a purchase-sale agreement with Grupo Itsme, international company based in the Netherlands and specialized in the distribution of products and technological solutions for industrial automation. This action, On one side, reinforces the position of RobotPlus in the international market of industrial automation and robotics, as it will offer a wider range of solutions to its customers, while on the other hand, the union of both.

Little by little collaborative robotics has been incorporated into more points of the machining production chain, becoming more and more an essential piece to achieve maximum productivity. This type of automation has been found to be especially effective at the end of the production line.. Advantages of collaborative robotics in the machining sector The lack of personnel in machining has accelerated the incorporation of collaborative robotics..

One of the issues that has concerned the industry in general and machining the most, of course, is to contribute to improving sustainability and reducing the emission of greenhouse gases. Due to the economic and energy situation that is being experienced in the sector, the industry must lead a global transformation towards greener and more efficient systems. The machining of the future: more sustainable, less polluting and inclusive The machining sector must make a change..

metalworking industry, gradually incorporates digitalization technology that facilitates work processes. One of those tools is digital twins.. In recent years, Due to the advancement of the Internet of things, digital twin technology has progressed in the same way and is being of great help to orchestrate processes, people and other elements of production. You have to ask yourself, then, what potential can the metal-mechanic industry extract from....

The incorporation of new technologies that contribute to the digitization of companies, will lead to greater competitiveness in different sectors, among which we find machining. With these new tools, the industrial sector can focus on what the real needs of the client are, provide flexibility and agility in the face of possible changes in production. In general terms, We can say that the industrial sector is an economic sector that is defined by three key points: heterogeneity, the...

The mechanized and industrial sectors continue their progress towards industry 4.0. In fact, it is estimated that the digital transformation on the way to the industry 4.0 will create about 220.000 new jobs in the technological field for the year 2030. It should not be forgotten that the industrial sector has a great weight in the Spanish economy and that it occupies fourth place on the European scale. Nowadays, is sector...