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High automatic stacking of distribution transformer cores – Ground for smart manufacturing

The newly developed GEORG autostack 400 is an offline system for the automatic stacking of distribution transformer cores, developed within the cooperation between GEORG and GÜDEL.

This highly automated system is equipped with an interface to GEORG core cutting lines and an integrated data management for core production. The direct data transfer from the cutting line to the robot unit makes time-consuming manual processes redundant. By this data coupling, the new systems can be easily integrated into digitally networked environments and thus prepare the ground for industry 4.0 / IoT.

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Newly developed GEORG precisioncut TBA 400 robotline

GEORG is proud to present its newly developed GEORG precisioncut TBA400 robotline. With this state-of-the-art Step Lap Lamination Cutting Line including fully automatic stacking feature GEORG provides an impressive proof of its readiness to tap the potentials of digitalization and smart manufactoring.

The GEORG robotline allows the automatic cutting and stacking of up to eight complete (closed) or open transformer cores simultaneously at a minimum manual workforce and is available in various levels of output – from basic version up to high speed configuration.

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Cutting Line with a Perfect Finishing Touch

Coopertion between GEORG and Decomecc

Decomecc located in Genk/Belgium is a well known specialist in finishing of products from rolled aluminum. Starting from aluminum coils the Belgium company produces blanks and shaped sheets in high precision. For company founder Lambert Gerkens highest quality is always the target and a wide range of international customers appreciates this. E.g. aluminum mills whose customers manufacture build-up structures for trucks as well as tanks and storage containers purchase wide and thick aluminum plates from Decomecc.  

Already early in the company’s history...

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Aluminium Plate Milling Machine for Constellium

Market with future potential: GEORG sells an additional Aluminium Plate Milling Machine

Kreuztal Mai 2018. Company Heinrich Georg signed the order for another project in the field of aluminium-plate machining.

The new milling machine type GEORG ultramill 2600 T will be delivered to leading Swiss aluminium producer Constellium during summer next year.

The main reason for the investment is the increase in production capacities due to rising demands in the market says Constellium.

For machining of the large aluminium plates GEORG is using a milling carriage with a maximum main drive power of...

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Retrofit for Future

Carl Krafft & Söhne

New investment or retrofit? Many producers raise this question during these days. For some of them in times of fast changing market situations an upgrade of existing machinery may present less risks than an investment in new machinery.

“Securing the machine’s functionality and spare parts availability represents a key issue when thinking about retrofit”, explains Jan Ebener, head of sales of GEORG machinetools. “However a sustainable decision between retrofit versus new investment must be regarded under various aspects and the individual circumstances and conditions of...

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Eisen & Stahl Service GmbH Mannheim: Entering Coil Slitting with a new GEORG Slitting Line

28.04.2017 Mannheim

The steel distributor Eisen & Stahl Service GmbH can look back to 35 years tradition and has now decided to enter into the coil slitting business with GEORG as consultant and supplier of their new slitting line.

Together with the Mannheim based company GEORG will develop a slitting line (1650 x 5 mm) for slitting up to 30 strands with highest precision. A maximum production speed of 400 m/min will be reached. Hereby the family run company will be well positioned for its future business.

Production start is scheduled to take place in September 2018.

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