MODIG Machine Tool is attending Inspiration through Innovation 2020, Seco Tool’s virtual Aerospace Manufacturing Event, October 7-8.
Demonstration: Join our session on Wednesday October 7th
Technical spotlight: Reduced cycle time/cost for machining large aluminum aircraft structural components. Significant cycle time reductions when machining a typical single aisle wing rib. Using vacuum plate work holding and a combination of Seco custom solid carbide and standard cutting tools, the high-quality rib is fully machined in one operation from solid aircraft grade aluminum billet. Typical cycle time reductions of 50% can be achieved: From 1 hour down to 30 minutes! Collaborative partner technologies: Modig Machine Tool Sweden – RigiMill MT, Siemens NX, Renishaw probing, ICam verification/optimisation, Seco Tools
Register for the session at: https://events.bizzabo.com/Seco-AeroITI2020/page/1565076/demonstrations
During these days David Modig will be available in the Modig stand in the Partner Exhibit Hall during Exhibition Hours: 13:30-14:30 CEST on Wednesday, 7th October and Thursday, 8th October.
Partner Exhibit Hall: https://events.bizzabo.com/Seco-AeroITI2020/agenda/session/381380
About ITI 2020
SECO TOOLS, annual Inspiration through Innovation advanced manufacturing best-practice event, has this year gone virtual. Focused exclusively on the aerospace segment, Inspiration through Innovation has become a ‘must attend’ event for component manufacturers looking for the latest innovative technology solutions in the market. Inspiration through Innovation demonstrates the value of collaboration in the pursuit of innovation in manufacturing.
MODIG MACHINE TOOL develops, engineers, and produces premium machines for High-Performance machining in leading industries including Aerospace, Automotive, Energy, and Construction Equipment. MODIG High-Performance Machining Centers and Advanced Processes secure manufacturing and operational excellence through increased productivity, exceptional cost-effectiveness, and unrelenting precision.
MODIG Machine Tool was founded in 1947 in Virserum, Sweden with a focus on building best in class machines. The MODIG machines are designed and built with high rigidity, high dynamic stability, and precision technology modules. The common denominators that give the MODIG machines the Flexibility, Adaptability, and Versatility – known as the MODIG-differentiators.