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Technical University of Munich, Oerlikon, GE Additive and Linde to establish additive manufacturing cluster in Bavaria

Signing Letter of Intent in Dec. 2018. 
(Photo Oerlikon) From left to right: Dr. Sven Hicken (Business Unit Head, Oerlikon AM), Prof. Dr. Thomas Hofmann (President, TUM), Jason Oliver (President and CEO, GE Additive), Dr. Wolfgang Dierker (CEO, GE Germany), Dr. Christoph Laumen (Executive Director R&D, Linde AG), Prof. Dr. Michael Suess (Chairman of the Board of Directors, Oerlikon Group), Dr. Christian Haecker (Head of Industrialization, Oerlikon AM), Dr. Andreas Lessmann (Managing Director, GE Additive Germany GmbH, Senior Leader, Legal Operations), Dr. Christian Bruch (Executive Vice President & CEO, Linde Engineering), Andreas Rohregger (Head of Global Properties, GE Additive), Dr. Alice Beck (Deputy Director, TUM ForTe).>The Technical University of Munich (TUM), Oerlikon, GE Additive and Linde are collaborating to create an additive manufacturing cluster. This cluster is a grouping of companies and organizations that will conduct research on and develop additive manufacturing technology from a single hub location.

Henkel offers a comprehensive portfolio for the global metal coil industry

Henkel works with leading metal coil manufacturers and coating specialists to enhance the value of steel, galvanized, aluminum and other rolled product alloys. They offer a comprehensive portfolio of cost-effective and sustainable process solutions from pickling and cleaning to surface treatment and lamination. (Photo: Henkel, PR078)Henkel continues to support its customers in the global metal coil industry with an extensive range of process solutions for lubrication, pickling, cleaning, pretreatment, passivation and lamination. The latest product innovations are focused on next-generation alloys, hexachromium-free formulations, customized functional coatings and new range of rolling-oils for electrical-steel. Additionally, the company has further extended its team of market specialists for the metal coil industry.

Henkel offers sustainable and cost-efficient  surface treatment for aluminum processors

Henkel helps aluminum processors save costs and enhance the sustainability of surface pretreatment. (Photo: Henkel, PR074)As part of its commitment to greater sustainability and cost-efficiency in metal pretreatment, Henkel is continuously optimizing its conversion coating solutions for aluminum processors. New REACh compliant Bonderite products for etch passivation and corrosion protection are chromium-free, allow the toxicity labeling to be removed, and reduce the user’s carbon footprint thanks to fewer active steps. In addition, they also provide significant reductions in product and water consumption.

Avery Dennison Store of the Future to transport visitors into ‘A Connected World’ at Labelexpo Europe 2019

A Connected World. 
(Photo: Avery Dennison, PR430)Avery Dennison will take visitors to Labelexpo Europe on a journey through the industries being transformed by intelligent labels as they join live RFID and NFC demonstrations and immerse themselves in the next evolution of shopping.

Henkel to showcase solutions for every step in the die casting value chain at GIFA 2019

Henkel to showcase solutions for every step in the die casting value chain at GIFA 2019. 
(Photo: Henkel, PR070)With extensive expertise in all key areas of the die-casting and metalworking value chain – Casting, Machining, Impregnation, Cleaning, Surface Treatment and Bonding – Henkel is ideally positioned to help reduce costs and streamline manufacturing processes. At the GIFA 2019 show (Booth H59, Hall 11) from June 25 to 29 in Düsseldorf, Henkel will be showcasing its comprehensive offering for the industry – from Bonderite cleaning, lubricating and surface treatment to Loctite impregnation and bonding solutions.

Henkel’s new Bonderite E-CO DMC digital multichannel controller helps customers optimize the performance and cost of metal pretreatment processes

Henkel’s Bonderite E-CO DMC metal pretreatment process control system provides access for remote devices, such as tablets and smartphones, and can be integrated in cloud-based data-driven solutions. (Photo: Henkel, PR060)Henkel has introduced a new process control system that addresses key challenges in metal pretreatment as customers are increasingly seeking to implement data-driven Industry 4.0 solutions. In combination with the company’s New Generation Conversion coatings (NGC) for multi-metal substrates, the Bonderite E-CO digital multi-channel (DMC) controller enables maximum corrosion performance and sustainability at minimized overall process costs.

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