AICON is a New Partner of the Tube Innovation Days

22 October 2015

Since summer 2015, AICON 3D Systems is a partner of Tube Innovation Days, a network of eleven top technology partners from the areas of tube manufacturing and tube processing. Regular in-house trade fairs offer visitors the chance to get detailed advice and to test machines.

Roll forming, welding, pickling, straightening, testing, sawing, bending, measuring, transporting, warehouse logistics and cooling lubricants – Tube Innovation Days are integral partners who represent the whole process chain. They offer customized solutions for particular applications, made in Germany.

AICON complements the range of services by the field of measurement. The 3D metrology systems offer innovative and efficient solutions for high-precision quality assurance and control, production monitoring, and serial production. The demand for ever more cost-effective serial production as well as the increasingly stringent requirements for product quality are constant challenges in today’s industry.

For 20 years, AICON’s optical tube measurement systems have been standing for efficient quality control of bent tubes and wires. Highly precise and fast measurement, programmable optical gauges, automated setup and correction of bending machines, reverse engineering of sample tubes, prototyping, initial sample testing, automatic 100 % inspection – these are only some of the various application areas of TubeInspect.

The next Tube Innovation Days take place in the USA on November 12 and 13. The bending machine manufacturer WAFIOS invites customers and interested parties to the Technical Center in Mokena/Illinois. Visitors profit from one-stop advice and have the chance to test various technologies, from both WAFIOS and the other network partners.

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