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Maximum bending freedom – that is the big wish for the next yoga lesson in order not to fall over again when doing the sun salutation. However, not only the human body reaches individually different limits of elasticity, but also tubes want to be bent gently according to their capabilities. How this can be done particularly efficiently, you can read in the current theme of the month: Maximum bending freedom for maximum quality.

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Monthly topic: Maximum bending freedom for maximum quality
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Düsseldorf CityTip: Otto Dix – The Evil Eye

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Maximum bending freedom for maximum quality

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With extremely narrow grippers and short straight center sections, the WAFIOS BL 10 provides unique degrees of freedom for combined draw and roll bending with the narrowest contours. The modular concept with parallel work flows, rapid part transfer, minimized non-productive times, and automated optimization of the bending process reduces costs and increases productivity by up to 60%.
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Düsseldorf CityTip

Otto Dix – The Evil Eye

Otto Dix piece of art
Otto Dix– the celebrated painter and notorious enfant terrible – spent 1922 to 1925 in Düsseldorf, three years which were very intensive in his creative life. During this period he was highly ambitious and indeed a workaholic, as he developed into a portrait artist and mercilessly recorded the features of his contemporaries on canvas. K20 will be presenting a special exhibition called Otto Dix – The Evil Eye, the first monographic exhibition to focus on these highly prolific years in Dix’s development.
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