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TRUe – the magazine for sheet metal experts
Express trains meet sheet metal: How one woman is driving forward change in India
The future, today: Are robots better people?
Love at second sight: How a test machine is changing one company
- Le Bourget du Lac
No more searching: France's answer to James Bond is revolutionising production processes
Saxon-style success: with ibexes, motorcycles and the World Wide Wide Web
- A Coruña
Forget anniversary parties – sheet-metal fabricators are giving flagship stores a better way to shine
Work and travel: a seasoned entrepreneur’s ambitious expansion plans on the other side of the world
Ambition takes spare parts higher: a converted spice mill becomes one of Germany's most cutting-edge logistics centres
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree - or does it? The story of a family company
The reason why entrepreneur Tony spends a lot of time behind bars
Hardly a metro without Ricupero: The company that the Parisian underground system relies on
Future today: Why the new TRUMPF Smart Factory is more than just another showroom
Nothing is impossible: what happens when a perfectionist builds swimming pools
Peering far into the future: why a company replaces all of its machinery
Touchdown: what can happen when you commit completely to a market
Uniting instead of dividing: how lasers open up new worlds in welding
- Bergen op Zoom
No fear of change – digitisation in Dutch
Frequently copied, never bettered – meticulous work on heating makes it a brand
Courage in times of unrest – the success story of a strong family
Who dares, wins – innovation management made by TRUMPF
How a courageous entrepreneur is shaping the future with full automation
Living for lasers: how genuine passion generates progress
Of fathers, sons and robots: how to convince test customers
How to make the impossible possible – revolution made by TRUMPF
Laser Community – the TRUMPF laser magazine
- Additive manufacturing: 3D printing for metal is becoming more and more popular in production halls. Where are we currently? How will it continue? Which industries are driving this development forwards?
- Interview: Dr Aidan Brooks can measure gravitational waves. He anticipates major surprises which will cause us to rethink how we view our universe – as long as we have the confidence to do so.
- Atomic coffins: British engineers are on the hunt for the most reliable weld seam for nuclear waste containers.
- Electro-mobility: It's heading this way - experts suggest electric drives will be the norm seven years from now. It's about time we started using some highly productive manufacturing processes.
- Additive manufacturing: Electric toothbrushes – Procter & Gamble boosts production by combining two additive manufacturing methods.
- Pop culture: laser ignites the sun
- Sensor systems: monitoring, readjusting, documenting – the boom in process sensor systems is giving a whole new edge to laser processing. Why are there more and more sensors, and what impact is that having on the world of production?
- The new light source: a new window glass from Saint-Gobain lets through lots of light and also significantly reduces heat loss. All it took was impossible laser optics.
- Prof. Albert Stolow: in an in-depth interview, the molecular researcher states, "A look at the fundamentals of nature is almost akin to a religious experience".
- Industry 4.0: Data, light and the factory of the future – Factories are getting smarter, more digital and more flexible. Lasers are the ideal tool for Industry 4.0.
- 3D printing: A Swiss start-up prints the most secure key in the world; the experts in coolant systems at Grindaix print nozzles with an optimised flow.
- Microprocessing: Tokyo-based LPS Works develops new microprocessing methods for unusual materials.
- And now it's time for the weather: Physicists fire lasers at clouds. Their aim is to better understand – and change – the weather.
- The most interesting discoveries in my laboratory were all serendipitous: Harvard physics professor Eric Mazur reflects on the discovery of black silicon and the art of serendipity.
- Railways: Photon AG is implementing solutions on trains that were previously only possible for cars.
- Lighter with laser: Laser processing also excels when processing (sometimes unconventional) lightweight materials. An overview of the key laser joining and separating processes is also provided.
- Materials in the automotive industry: Oliver Schauerte, head of materials research and manufacturing processes at Volkswagen, discusses the latest trends in terms of materials.
- Welcome to infinity: THE Machines welds coils that truly never end.
- "More light!" In an essay, Nobel Prize winner Shuji Nakamura explains why inexpensive light forms the basis for civilization and progress
- "Adding depth to surfaces" A small but perfectly formed institute conducts research into the smallest, most perfectly formed structures for functional surfaces.
- "A model of success" Automotive giant GKN Driveline has been welding drive components with lasers for 14 years. Now the tried-and-tested system is moving to the next round – featuring disk lasers.
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