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Rampf Production Systems has developed a fully automated adhesive system for automotive exterior parts such as side panels, rear spoilers, tailgates and spoiler lips. The combination of innovative mixing and dosing technology, automation and robotics maximizes the precision, speed and flexibility of manufacturing processes.

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As a specialist in the processing of high-quality engineering plastics manufactures White plastic processing on behalf of customers from the automotive industry numerous components close to the engine, which are subject to high thermal and mechanical stress. Among the most commonly produced components are chain tensioners for the timing chains of internal combustion engines.

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In the mass production of an ultra-light center armrest for the vehicle interior is followed by the thermoforming of the carrier, the encapsulation with PP and finally the overmolding with a soft and non-slip TPV. Servo-electrically driven, finely controlled "Flexflow" hotrunner systems from HRS flow contribute to fulfilling the high quality standards.

hella0618Hella presents current steering and braking systems as part of the "Steering System USA Summit", which further promote autonomous driving and the topics of energy efficiency and electrification. The conference will be held in Detroit for the fifth time, bringing together European and American electronics and control professionals.

fst0618Due to the increasing energy density of the battery systems, the developers of lithium-ion batteries have to comply with increasingly stringent safety requirements. In particular, it must be prevented that a single defective cell leads to overheating of an entire battery module. Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has developed a heat shield for this, which can be used in prismatic and pouch cells with virtually no space.

isabellenhuette0618In the energy debate on CO2Reduction delivers Isabellenh├╝tte now a promising contribution that is about to be ready for the market. The basic idea: to generate electricity from unused waste heat. To do this, the technology uses a new class of thermoelectric material. The aim of this technology is z. B. when used in a car up to 4% CO2 To save emissions.

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