The United Grinding Group is presenting CORE (Customer-Oriented REvolution) at GrindingHub 2022 in Stuttgart. Visitors can look forward to this and other innovations from the group, to be presented to all guests at the Group’s booth at an unveiling presentation on the first day of the trade show, May 17, 2022, at 10:00 AM local time.
With the initial presentation of CORE at EMO 2021 in Milan, United Grinding Group launched a revolution in machine tool development. The modern hardware and software architecture at the heart of CORE offers a visionary new machine interaction concept and was recently honoured with the ‘Special Mention’ award for outstanding user and customer experience at the UX Design Awards 2022. Yet CORE represents much more than just revolutionary operation. It also opens up new possibilities for networking, controlling, and monitoring the production process, and thus for process optimisation. It also lays the foundations for the operation of modern IoT applications and the digital future.
CORE is only one of several remarkable technologies that can be experienced up close at GrindingHub 2022. The Group will also be presenting new products from its various brands, including MÄGERLE, BLOHM, JUNG, STUDER, SCHAUDT, MIKROSA, WALTER, EWAG, and IRPD. Among them is the WALTER HELITRONIC G 200, the latest addition to the tool grinding machine range, featuring innovative machine concepts on a mounting area of less than 2.3 m 2. Other brands, including STUDER from the cylindrical grinding machines technology group, will also be presenting world firsts. To keep things exciting, the company will not divulge any details about these new products in advance before the unveiling presentation on the first day of the trade show.
Expressing his views, Stephan Nell, CEO, United Grinding Group, asserted, "We welcome the merger of three strong and experienced partners in the world of trade shows: the VDW (Verein Deutscher Werkzeugmaschinenfabriken), Messe Stuttgart, and Swissmem (Verband der Schweizer Maschinen-, Elektro- und Metallindustrie). Given the strong international orientation of the trade show, we are convinced that it has the potential to become the new leading trade show for grinding technology."