Three exciting and eventful trade fair days in Nuremberg have come to an end. When EUROGUSS wrapped up on 18 January 2018, its visitor numbers set a new record. Despite snow, rain, strong winds and the traffic chaos that came with it throughout large parts of Germany and Europe, 15,000 trade visitors still made their way to Nuremberg for the die-casting trade fair.
Once again, Krämer+Grebe was able to win visitors over with its visionary thinking and high level of quality. Not only were existing business relationships with customers and partners maintained and strengthened, but new national and international contacts were also established. EUROGUSS serves as a particularly excellent platform for personally getting to know one another. All told, the 2018 trade fair was another great success!
A key subject that Krämer+Grebe considers to be a high priority – and was therefore presented at the trade fair – is conformal cooling in tools, which is made possible by additive manufacturing. The simulations show that, for example, about 30% less time can be required for solidification. An informative showcase with sample parts and simulation results was very well received.
A complex cavity of the BMW I01 support structure also showed that Krämer+Grebe is well equipped for very heavy die-casting moulds with high requirements.