New cut-to-length line improves performance at Alfun
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik recently commissioned a hybrid cut-to-length line for aluminum, steel and stainless steel strip at the Alfun Metal Service Center located in Bruntál in the Czech Republic. The new line includes a high-precision side trimming unit. The high degree of automation and numerous other advanced design features achieve exceptionally high productivity.
Strip line upgrade implemented entirely via remote connection
When planning the upgrade of Hulamin’s No. 5 cut-to-length line into a multi-purpose line that would additionally be able to recoil and side-trim the strip, nobody expected this project to become an extraordinary challenge.
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik strengthens digital service
New organizational structure puts stronger emphasis on service activities, providing customers additional opportunities for productivity improvement.
New GEORG high-performance leveller in operation at EMW Steel Service Center
Six-high machine excels in levelling high-strength steels
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New machine concept combines optimum surface quality with minimum assembly time
“Ex stock”-supplied roll grinder achieves excellent results at AMAG.
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GEORG: Germany’s best Machine Builder
Awarded top employer for the third year in a row
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Germany's most family-friendly company in the field of mechanical engineering
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World premiere at EMO 2019: The digital twin has become real.
Georg has implemented the first digital twin with the new “Sinumerik ONE” CNC software.
The first fully automatic milling machine for aluminium ingots
Highly automated system cuts machining-cycle times by more than 30 percent.
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Automatic adjustment of separator shafts reduces unproductive downtimes
Setting-up of separator shafts now simply at the push of a button.
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Press facts for FIEE 2019
Inline and offline stacking systems use the potential of digitalization
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Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik: Two machines, one operator
Linking two roll lathes doubles capacity without increasing personnel costs
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GEORG and HIT enter into a strategic cooperation
Autonomous low-floor transport vehicles for the intralogistical transport of heavy loads
First roll grinding machine using CBN abrasives
New technology cuts machining times and extends service life of rolls
The GEORG ultragrind 25 roll…
First roll grinding machine for aluminum rolling mills using CBN technology
New grinding technology cuts machining time by half.
At the Aluminium 2018 show in Düsseldorf,…
“Please do not touch” – Vacuum protects the good side
New vacuum technology guarantees high surface quality
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From machine builder to process optimizer
At the occasion of an in-house exhibition Heinrich Georg GmbH demonstrated its innovative power and…
Milling machine for aluminium plates sets new standard
Highly automated system cuts machining time by more than 30 percent.
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Neutralizing the CO2-Footprint
Climate change and climate protection? At GEORG these are not just only buzz words but they form…
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik: First roll grinder for cold mill rolls
Kreuztal, Germany, March 23, 2015. At the occasion of a customer day Georg presented its new roll grinding machine type ultragrind 700 R to an experienced audience. The new machine is designed for center lengths of 5.000 mm, grinding diameters of up to 700 mm and roll weights up to 10 tons. The machine works fully automatically and impresses by its high grinding qualities in conventional and CBN grinding. Due to many special design solutions, its very solid structure and innovative measuring technologies the machine achieves highest precision and at the same time shortest setting and machining cycles.
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik reduces manufacturing time of large and complex workpieces by weeks
Kreuztal, Germany, 27. May 2015 On a customer day, GEORG introduced the new Machining Center “ultraturn MC” to manufacturing experts. More than 80 specialists of large part manufacturers came to Kreuztal to witness the premier of the new machine, which is able to handle workpieces from 12 up to 250 tons. The ultraturn MC offers plenty of innovations, which combine highest precision during the machining process with optimum productivity and flexibility. For such large-size parts, the machine reduces the manufacturing time by up to 40 per cent. The integrated 2-point-workpiece measuring system as well as the complete machine enclosure set new standards.
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik: Leveller for plates of „excess width“
Kreuztal/Germany, June 8, 2015 In May GEORG delivered on schedule a levelling center for large-sized aluminium plates to a customer in Russia who is primarily a supplier for the aircraft industry. This machine has been designed for plates of up to 3.200 mm width and max. 12 m length. The heart of the line is the GEORG high-duty plate leveller RM 120 x 3200. Supported by precise measurement technology, GEORG achieves an ultimate flatness of plates during the levelling process, finally documenting a flatness accuracy in the hundredth millimeter range.
Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik delivers the fourth Roll Lathe to Trinec
Last December, Heinrich Georg GmbH Maschinenfabrik received an order for the delivery of a roll lathe for up to 10 t of workpiece weight from Czech company Strojirny a Stavby Trinec, a.s. This is already the fourth machine ordered in Kreuztal by the subsidiary of Třinecké železárny a.s. since 1996.
New machining centers save 40 percent of machining time
At AMB GEORG presents the horizontal machining centers of the series ultraturn MC, which processes workpieces up to 250 tons and 4,000 mm diameter. With the successful commissioning of the first machine at Siemens AG in Berlin and installation of two additional machines GEORG is the world's only manufacturer of machining centers of this size which implements the concept of working and measuring on the same machine.
The “GEORG” machine cuts machining times at Doosan Škoda Power by 50 percent
Kreuztal, Germany, April 3, 2017 On February 28, Doosan Škoda Power officially inaugurated the new ultraturn MC horizontal machining center supplied by GEORG at its Pilsen works in the Czech Republic. Doosan Škoda Power will use the new machine primarily for machining turbine rotors of up to 140 tons weight. This machining center is the third of its kind in the world to combine turning, drilling, milling, grinding and measuring of extremely large parts in one unit.
Strategic cooperation between Georg and Güdel Group
Kreuztal/Langenthal, Germany, June 19, 2017 Heinrich Georg Maschinenfabrik and Güdel Group AG concluded a cooperation agreement for the collaborative development of lines for the automatic stacking of transformer cores. GEORG brings in their know-how in the plant engineering field, Güdel the robot technique for the automatic stacking of the laminations. That way, systems are constructed in the future that speed up the production of transformers, reduce manual time and enable a higher production flexibility. Furthermore, the intensive data transfer prepares the ground for industry 4.0 / IoT.
EMO 2017: Two-point measurement reduces non-productive times
At EMO, GEORG will be presenting the integrated two-point measurement system for horizontal machining centers of its ultraturn MC series. These machines process workpieces weighing 10 tons and more and with diameters of 1,000 mm upwards. No other manufacturer in the world combines machining and measuring in a single unit of such size.
New slitting line for Eisen + Stahl Service Center
Kreuztal, Germany, August 10, 2017 GEORG has received an order to manufacture and supply a new slitting line to the German steel service center E + S Eisen + Stahl Service GmbH. With the new line, the Mannheim-based company will be adding the sale of slit strip out of its own facilities to its portfolio, thus taking another important step towards metal product processing in addition to trading.