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Technical meeting: new trends in Cold Forming and Forging organized by M.Altuna Institute and Asefi.

TEMSA is attending the technical meeting about the Cold Forming industry 4.0 organized by M.Altuna Institute and Asefi. The meeting is divided among two separated subjects.
The first part is going to be about Trybologic systems and current researches accomplished by Institutes and Universities all over Europe:
Decission support system for trybology simulation in forging processes
Trybologyc tests in bulk metal forging
Numerical models for friction simulation

The second part is about the 4.0 industry in the warm and cold forging, with very interesting talks about how the trends in the cold forging industry.

TEMSA attends to the Tecnical Meeting organised by M.Altuna Institute and Asefi

TEMSA hast taken part in the Technical Meeting about Lubricating Systems in Cold Forming organized by M. ALTUNA Institute and Asefi.
The conference was about the significance of the Lubricating systems in the cold forming as a sometimes forgotten subject to be dicussed in depth. Several technical speakers from companies involved in this subject broke down all the key points to the more than 50 attendees:
- purpose of the lubricating systems (by Sebir)
- variables influencing in friction
- preparation of material–> different lubricant carriers, with and without Zinc phosphate (by Chemetall)
- different oil lubricant and how the lubricant manufacturers verify the performance of the lubricating systems (by Fuchs)

In addition, there was a special emphasis in the enviromental aspect of this part of the cold forming process.

Successful first participation in the EPMA exhibition

TEMSA is very satisfied how things have gone during its first participation in the exhibition organized by the European Powder Metallurgy Association. During 3 days technicians and senior managers of the main PM parts manufacturers in Europe visited our booth to get to know more about what TEMSA has to offer.

The fact that the event was high technical in nature made that the attendees were qualitatively very remarkable also, since most of the visitors were decision-makers. Thus, in this exhibition the most important actors in the PM market were present: from powder, presses and tooling manufacturers to other suppliers of vital auxiliary services, such as measurement devices or the fixation system manufacturer EROWA (which is extensively utilized by TEMSA).

This exhibition and the next to come represent a logical continuation of the diversification strategy of TEMSA in the PM market, where it is achieving step by step a world player role.

TEMSA_Booth

TEMSA takes part in the Fastener Fair 2015 Exhibition in Stuttgart

TEMSA, as a worldwide key player in the cold forming industry, is going to take part in the Fastener Fair exhibition that will take place in Stuttgart during March, 10th-12th 2015. The Fastener Fair has consistently increase its number of both exhibitors and visitors, gaining so a place in the biennial agenda in the sector.

As a highly specific fair, actors from all levels of the fastener market will gather together for some days: tooling and machine manufacturers, cold formers, distributors and auxiliary companies. It will be a great occasion to make new contacts within this dynamic and challenging sector.

You will find TEMSA in the Hall 8, Stand S25, you are very welcome to visit us!

TEMSA Fastener Fair

International Conference May 5th – 6th 2015. New Developments in Forging Technology

The International Conference “New Developments in Forging Technology” is organised every second year in collaboration with the Forschungsgesellschaft Umformtechnik mbH Stuttgart (FGU). About 250 engineers from commercial companies and universities are expected to attend this conference. During both days of the conference attendees will have the opportunity to join the dispute regarding the state of the art and future tendencies in bulk metal forming and to give impact on future public research- and specific development activities as well. German and foreign experts from universities and industry will present papers. Thus an adequate mix of theory and technical know-how will be provided.

On 5th and 6th May 2015, the Institute for Metal Forming Technology (IFU) Stuttgart/Germany welcomes managers, executives and scientists to join the International Conferences “New Developments in Forging Technology 2015″. During conference issues und contributions regarding new concepts of tools, manufacturing systems and production equipment will be discussed.

The presentations will be held in English or German with simultaneous translations. The conference proceedings are published in English and German language as well.

Topics in 2015
- Strategic opening lectures
- Process simulation, damage, failures in forging
- Materials, heat treatment and microstructure evolution
- Control loops in forging technology
- Die technology and process engineering
- Analysis of products and future prospectives in cold forging

Program overview

Monday, May 4th – Prior to Conference

- Plant tours to forging companies
- IFU-Welcome venue
- Guided tours through the Institute for Metal Forming
- Demonstrations at the IFU-laboratory
Tuesday, May 5th – 1st Day of the Conference
- Strategic opening presentations
- Industrial and scientific lectures
- Exhibition
- Gala dinner

Wednesday, May 6th – 2nd Day of the Conference

- Industrial and scientific lectures
- Exhibition
- Overview of research activities at Metal Forming Institutes in Germany (AGU)

Conference in Forging Technology

TEMSA in the meeting about Tungsten Carbide organized by the Association of Friends of Metallurgy

TEMSA in the meeting about Tungsten Carbide organized by the Association of Friends of Metallurgy
TEMSA is going to take part next November sixth in the meeting about the Tungsten Carbide organized by the Association of Friends of Metallurgy (ASAMMET), which will take place at the Technical University of Barcelona (EUETIB).

ASAMMET, whose aim is to spread information about the Tungsten Carbide and to bring closer this material and its users to the society, organizes this activity in order to give it visibility as a proper material for industrial processes.
Companies working in the business of Tungsten Carbide will held several speeches about it, followed by a roundtable discussion to debate about the pros and cons of its industrial applications.

TEMSA has been invited to take part as an expert in the manufacture of Tungsten Carbide tooling. The speech will deal about the uses of the different Tungsten Carbide qualities for the cold forming and the possible specifications of the tooling design depending on its subsequent use.

Companies like Amador Varasand Sandvik Coromant have already confirmed their presence. It will be a very interesting meeting, with other top firms of the business, where everyone interested in Tungsten Carbide is more than welcome.

We hope to meet you there!