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March 2015 | Drawing and processing of non-ferrous metals wires

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What do you think of working your entire working life – so around 40 years – without a holiday or bank holidays, week after week? Do you think that is inhuman? Well, it is and that is why machines are taking care of this. Some of these engineering achievements accomplish an unbelievable 83,000 hours of operating time – humanised, this would be 40 years long, running eight hours, day after day.

And even then, it is not the end for every machine. After a general overhaul, they efficiently go on working for years. The topic of the month will show us as to which areas this applies, for example, the drawing and processing of non-ferrous metals wires.

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The Topics

Monthly topic: Drawing and processing of non-ferrous metals wires
Energy Storage: Conference and trade show for storage technologies
Industry news: Of rope-free elevator system and spindle bearings
CityInfo: The artist Günther Uecker at K20

Topic of the Month

Drawing and processing of non-ferrous metals wires

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For the manufacture of non-ferrous metal wires and the further processing into automotive wires, data cables and special cables different kinds of machines and lines are needed.

New machinery which corresponds to the latest state-of-the art give users the best possibilities to manufacture flexibly, efficiently and economically. High-quality machines which have been used for a longer period, however, are worth to be professionally modernized in order to achieve an up-to-date level of performance.

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Energy Storage Europe 2015

Conference and trade show for storage technologies

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From 9 March until 11 March, more than 80 speakers will present their papers on business, science and politics, and about 100 exhibitors will present their products at the concurrent trade show. This confirms Energy Storage’s status as the world’s largest conference and trade show for storage technologies.
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Industry news

Of rope-free elevator system and spindle bearings

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Important news:

• First rope-free elevator system
• A powerful midget
• Mechatronic drive innovations
• FAG spindle bearings open up new performance classes
• SigmaNEST expanding rapidly
• Rolling bearings for almost any installation scenario

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Düsseldorf CityInfo

Artist Günther Uecker at K20

Günther Uecker during construction of exhibition
"Where language fails, the picture starts", was once said by Günther Uecker, and this sentence plays a role through all of the decades of his art production. This man is famous for his nail reliefs, which start to breathe depending on the perspective and the angle of light. However, Uecker is also sculptor, performance artist and filmmaker, and the exhibition at K20 presents every facet of this extraordinary artist.
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