In a high-throughput set-up, two a40s are shown operating in parallel processing, tended by a robot.
As automotive designers aim for lower vehicle weights to achieve higher fuel-economy standards, they are driving automakers to rely on higher volumes of component parts in lighter materials, in particular aluminum and nonferrous alloy diecastings. Metalcasters have options for expanding their melting and casting volumes, but they may not have recognized a cost-saving opportunity without the insight of a machine-tool developer. “Diecasting manufacturers are under ...
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