Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, after South Korea 2020, colleagues in Stuttgart also had to move the renowned thermoforming research conference online.

We look positively into the future and hope very much that personal meetings will soon be possible again. Until then, we will be happy to keep you up to date via the newsletters, our website and also in personal (telephone) conversations.

„Characterization Methods for Metal Cast Processes“ - The Special Issue addresses advanced topics concerning the quality of cast parts, the efficiency of cast processes, and the characterization of cast materials. All characterization methods concerning castings and cast processes are welcome, as well as the analysis of different kinds of metals, for example, high entropy alloys.

utg is currently investigating a forming process that enables the targeted improvement of aluminum sheets' mechanical properties. The use of so-called Equal-Channel Angular Pressing (ECAP) enables effective, lightweight construction. This aspect gives it the potential to make a significant contribution to sustainability in production. A vital process factor here is the influence of friction, which…

"TU Munich: Increase in Productivity in Progessive Tools"

DESY operates one of the world's brightest storage-ring-based X-ray radiation sources: PETRA III offers scientists outstanding opportunities for experiments with X-rays of exceptionally high brilliance.

KEKS here stands for "Compact Unit for Cost-effective Punch Adaptation Speed". An invention at utg that has already been filed for patent.

In the lecture "Massive Forming and Manufacturing Technology for Automotive Drive Train and Chassis" (supplementary subject), you will gain exciting insights into the development and production of the previously mentioned components.

Quality, efficiency, innovation. Lightweight construction and more... The casting industry is changing. Guss im Wandel 2020 on 17.11 and 18.11. in german Language - with live interaction: Virtual Networking - Expert Moderation - Your Questions

Utg staff collect 60 km for the running challenge "ZwickRoell runs the world"