GETPRO conference on gear and drivetrain production opens doors to international audience

January 22, 2019

GETPRO conference on gear and drivetrain production opens doors to international audience

 

The 7th GETPRO International Conference on Gear and Drivetrain Production is taking place March 19-20, 209 in Würzburg, Germany. Hosted by the German Research Association for Drive Technology FVA (Forschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik e. V.), this year’s event is, for the first time, inviting participants and speakers from across the world to discuss the integrated world of gear drives.

The aim of the GETPRO conference is to promote the exchange of knowledge and experience between engineers and technicians who are involved in or responsible for the design, development, production, assembly, logistics, and operation of gear drives.

“The congress is of interest to all those involved in the production of gears and the resulting requirements for the corresponding manufacturing processes,” stated Friedrich Wölfel, KAPP Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH, Head of Technology Development and Product Management. “Therefore, participation is particularly recommended for decision-makers from the production and development sectors who want to obtain a comprehensive overview of the current technological status of all partners involved in the manufacturing process, such as machines, tools and processes.”

The event will include a technical exhibition, with participants from both industry and research. The programme will include:

  • Keynotes from top-class industry experts, including Johann Soder, SEW Eurodrive
  • Production e-machine
  • Measurement technology
  • Hard-fine machining
  • Heat treatment
  • Lubricants / Assembly / clamping devices
  • Materials
  • Soft machining

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