Lauffer Pressen to hold 2nd International Technology Forum in April

October 23, 2019

Lauffer Pressen, Horb, Germany, will hold its 2nd International Technology Forum, part of its ‘Lauffer Technology Days’, at its Horb base from April 23–24, 2020. The event features a two-day in-house exhibition for customers and operators of presses and automated production systems, as well as presentations from high-level speakers. 

Attendees from the Powder Metallurgy and carbide industries will have the opportunity to view the new Lauffer E-Line powder compacting press, Lauffer’s first fully electric press system designed for carbide, ceramic and Powder Metallurgy component producers. Also on display will be new developments within the Lauffer C-Line family, a line of powder compacting systems offering 63–500 tons of press force.

Further information and registration details are available via the company’s website.

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