The die and mould industry plays an eminent role in India’s growing manufacturing sector especially in the country’s rising automotive segment.
The injection moulding industry is poised for growth owing to the emergence of various sectors such as packaging, automotive, and consumer goods end-use industries in the Asia Pacific region.
This article series are dedicated to the changes and developments in the aluminum high pressure die casting industry: "Internationalization", "Product Portfolio", "Technologies" and "Employees".
To further boost its far-reaching global presence in metal additive manufacturing, DMG Mori announced at Formnext 2018 that it is taking a 30% stake in the Indian company, Intech.
The UK-based company will be showcasing its most recent additive manufacturing system – the RenAM 500Q at the exhibition.
The trade show will display the latest innovations in the additive manufacturing sector and also demonstrate the wonders of product development when traditional tool making and additive technologies are combined.
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At the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), global engineering technologies company Renishaw will exhibit its additive manufacturing software and systems from a dedicated booth.
The 6,000 sq meter campus will focus on prototyping, series production of parts, and customized solutions for the automotive industry.
The automobile and auto components segment is booming in the Indian market. The success of this segment directly relates to the business opportunities in store for the die casting industry.