Ticket Sales for Cutting World 2020 start
02/28/2020

Ticket Sales for Cutting World 2020 start

From now on, visitors can register for Cutting World online. The trade fair which is the only one of its kind to specialize in the entire process chain of cutting will open its doors in the modernized Hall 8 at Messe Essen from April 28 to 30. The German Cutting Congress whose speakers and subjects have now been finalized will take place in the neighboring conference rooms.

Both events on the fair site in Essen will be an ideal combination of theory and practice. A one-day ticket for Cutting World costs Euro 39 online. The ticket price for the fair also includes the participation in the German Cutting Congress. This is the way to the registration: www.cuttingworld.de/tickets .

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Process Chain of Cutting: What Does the Fair Offer?

At Cutting World, the sector will show itself to be innovative and solution-orientated - i.e. along the entire process chain of cutting. Manufacturers of oxyacetylene cutting installations, plasma cutting installations, laser cutting systems as well as water jet cutting installations will present themselves at the trade fair. Apart from cutting technologies, the range on offer will encompass the upstream and downstream processes - from operations planning and scheduling, control software and filter systems via the straightening, deburring and beveling of the cut materials right up to the marking of them. In addition to a highly specialized user fair, visitors will, in parallel, be given the possibility of following an interesting congress program.

Improved Procedures Characterized by Digital Transformation

The speakers at the German Cutting Congress were recently finalized. Amongst others, lectures delivered by the following speakers will await the trade visitors: Oliver Friz (Messer Cutting Systems), Dr. Ing. Thomas Hassel (Underwater Technology Center, Leibniz University of Hanover), Dipl.‑Ing. (FH) Christian Hennigs (Hanover Laser Center), Ulrich Horst (Hypertherm), Andreas Kölsch (ThyssenKrupp Materials Services), Jan Leschke (Hanover Laser Center), Florian Morczinek (Chemnitz University of Technology), Dr. Torsten Scheller (JENOPTIK Automatisierungstechnik), Dipl.‑Ing. Johannes Steinbrück (Jotes) and Dominik Straus (TRUMPF). The program will include aspects of the high-quality and economically viable cutting of certain substances, particularly of metals. However, the process chain goes well beyond cutting: The congress will show where Industry 4.0 is already practice today. This relates to improved cutting procedures, resource-conserving fabrication concepts as well as intelligent software tools and automation concepts.

Plasma versus fiber laser - Oliver Friz will introduce two cutting procedures in competition. The CEO of Messer Cutting Systems will compare the costs and benefits of both technologies. In this respect, he will take account of the fact that the fiber laser in particular is penetrating into ever higher material thicknesses. Users are justifiably asking whether the utilization of the plasma cutting procedure is still worthwhile and where the limits of the areas of utilization are located. In his function as a machine manufacturer of both systems, Friz will discuss the essential criteria and development statuses as well as the economic framework conditions for the future and will provide his listeners with a selection aid.

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