The reduction of CO2 emissions is one of the key targets for all major OEMs worldwide. In addition, there is an exceptionally competitive environment which forces all carmakers to offer a diversified product portfolio based on cost-efficient design and production.
In order to be able to cope with these requirements, vehicle-makers are forced to change existing production processes or develop new ways of manufacturing. The integration of Remote Laser Processing (RLP) is a key means of reaching the outlined goals.
This webinar will cover:
- Existing and new RLP technologies
- Complementary intelligent-sensor technologies and their application in high-volume production
- New materials and material combinations, different ways of joining and future applications of RLP within body-in-white.
This webinar will give an overview of a number of processes and production solutions to overcome existing challenges, along with guidelines defining realistic limits for these parameters.
Thursday 3 December 9:00 GMT | 04:00 EST | 10:00 WAT & CEST
This webinar is presented by:
Andreas completed his graduate studies at the University of Applied Sciences Munich with a degree in Industrial Engineering. Afterwards, he started at KUKA Robotics in the global sales department. As the regional manager Asia-Pacific, his task was to develop industrial robot sales within dedicated regions. One of his key branches was remote laser welding. Then he joined Andritz Soutec AG as senior sales manager responsible for turnkey solutions at laser-based, blank-welding operations in Europe and Asia.
The Trumpf Group ranks among the leading manufacturing companies worldwide. In the field of industrial lasers and laser systems, the company is the global technological leader. With 60 subsidiaries and branch offices, the group is represented in almost every European country, North and South America as well as in Asia. As the world’s leading provider of laser manufacturing technology, Trumpf is the one-stop shop for all automotive manufacturers and suppliers seeking cost-efficient, high-speed, top-quality solutions for their production requirements, starting with laser systems and extending through beam sources, beam guidance, optics and numerical control, to all inclusive service and support.