06/21/2017

Young Innovative Companies Present Their New Developments

Seven Newcomers from Germany Use the World's Premier Fair for Marketing

The world's premier fair, SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN, will encompass not only the global players in the sector but also a large number of smaller companies on their way to the top. Seven of them will present themselves on a joint booth in Hall 15 which will be promoted by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Tomorrow's potential market leaders will present new developments for joining, cutting and surfacing. This year, the following companies will participate in the joint booth: Blue Lasertools, HSF Industrietechnik, KMT Technik, LASER on demand, Maija Frästechnik, NewSonic and PALIGE-Schweißtechnik.

The Reutlingen-based firm NewSonic develops and produces, for example, portable hardness measuring devices for customers focusing on the metal manufacturing and processing industry. For this purpose, the company offers manual and motorised probes with different testing forces from 1 N to 98 N according to the UCI procedure for nearly all applications in quality assurance and production. HSF Industrietechnik from Bad Endbach, a manufacturer of stainless steel weld cleaners of the newest generation will be another participant. Demonstrations of several powerful units from the TIG‑MAX®XT series for different stainless steel welds will await the visitors to the fair.

Live Demonstrations at Maija Frästechnik

The Ennepetal-based company Maija Frästechnik will present its milling discs and turbine grinders in live demonstrations on the booth. The milling discs are available for workpieces made of aluminium, non-ferrous metals, steel, stainless steel, titanium, plastic and wood. The advantages of the products include, amongst others, long service lives with a constant outside diameter as well as the creation of chips instead of dust. In contrast, Blue Lasertools deals with laser material processing from one source - the exhibitor's range on offer will include manual welding heads, laser welding optics, a crossjet for laser welding optics and a clamping system for laser welding. LASER on demand, another specialist in laser applications, will present itself for the second time already. Its services include, amongst others, mobile uses of high-power lasers and the renting-out of industrial high-power lasers.

KMT Technik will also be represented on the joint booth. The Altbach-based company sees itself as a reliable partner and supplier in various fields of industry with an extensive range on offer encompassing mechanical engineering, the construction of special-purpose machines, installation engineering with technologies and services in chip-producing machining (turning, milling, grinding and drilling), pipe bending, sheet metal processing, welding, punching and surface refinement. In addition, PALIGE-Schweißtechnik, a specialist for welding gap clips and other products which are utilised (amongst other purposes) in roller coasters, port technology, crane construction and bridge construction, will also present itself for the second time.

Seven Newcomers from Germany Use the World's Premier Fair for Marketing

The world's premier fair, SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN, will encompass not only the global players in the sector but also a large number of smaller companies on their way to the top. Seven of them will present themselves on a joint booth in Hall 15 which will be promoted by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Tomorrow's potential market leaders will present new developments for joining, cutting and surfacing. This year, the following companies will participate in the joint booth: Blue Lasertools, HSF Industrietechnik, KMT Technik, LASER on demand, Maija Frästechnik, NewSonic and PALIGE-Schweißtechnik.

The Reutlingen-based firm NewSonic develops and produces, for example, portable hardness measuring devices for customers focusing on the metal manufacturing and processing industry. For this purpose, the company offers manual and motorised probes with different testing forces from 1 N to 98 N according to the UCI procedure for nearly all applications in quality assurance and production. HSF Industrietechnik from Bad Endbach, a manufacturer of stainless steel weld cleaners of the newest generation will be another participant. Demonstrations of several powerful units from the TIG‑MAX®XT series for different stainless steel welds will await the visitors to the fair.

Live Demonstrations at Maija Frästechnik

The Ennepetal-based company Maija Frästechnik will present its milling discs and turbine grinders in live demonstrations on the booth. The milling discs are available for workpieces made of aluminium, non-ferrous metals, steel, stainless steel, titanium, plastic and wood. The advantages of the products include, amongst others, long service lives with a constant outside diameter as well as the creation of chips instead of dust. In contrast, Blue Lasertools deals with laser material processing from one source - the exhibitor's range on offer will include manual welding heads, laser welding optics, a crossjet for laser welding optics and a clamping system for laser welding. LASER on demand, another specialist in laser applications, will present itself for the second time already. Its services include, amongst others, mobile uses of high-power lasers and the renting-out of industrial high-power lasers.

KMT Technik will also be represented on the joint booth. The Altbach-based company sees itself as a reliable partner and supplier in various fields of industry with an extensive range on offer encompassing mechanical engineering, the construction of special-purpose machines, installation engineering with technologies and services in chip-producing machining (turning, milling, grinding and drilling), pipe bending, sheet metal processing, welding, punching and surface refinement. In addition, PALIGE-Schweißtechnik, a specialist for welding gap clips and other products which are utilised (amongst other purposes) in roller coasters, port technology, crane construction and bridge construction, will also present itself for the second time.