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Automated solutions for special surface finishing tasks

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If a component part has seen the light of day, the journey has only just begun. Because, similar to a living entity, it takes time for a component part to go from an unpolished newcomer to a perfectly functioning element.

An important part of this process in the final part of production is surface processing - where some component parts already go surfing. You can read about what exactly happens here in our theme of the month of February, which deals with automated solutions for special surface finishing tasks.

Enjoy reading!
The NEWCAST team

The Topics

Monthly topic: Automated solutions for special surface finishing tasks
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CityTip: Horst: Photographer of Style

Topic of the Month

Automated solutions for special surface finishing tasks

Photos Topic of the Month
In recent years the technical requirements for finishing the surface of complex, high-value components have become a lot more stringent. Because of increasing competitive pressures customers are not only demanding stable finishing processes with perfect results but also a higher degree of automation. Rösler meets these requirements with innovative solutions for the efficient, automated processing of precision components, even regarding targeted finishing of specific surface areas on work pieces.
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Düsseldorf CityTip

Horst: Photographer of Style

Condé Nast / Horst Estate
He was the king of fashion photography and a 'magician of light'. German-born Horst was one of the leading photographers of the twentieth century and remains an important influence today. The exhibition presents 250 photographic works spanning 60 years. It includes iconic images from his time as a Vogue photographer and lesser-known projects alongside rarely seen drawings, letters, films and couture gowns.
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