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3rd International Conference on Gear Production 2019

  • Be part of this unique platform for the international community of gear manufacturing experts.
  • Meet leaders from industry and academia and discuss with them their latest research results.
  • Present your company, your products and services to a selected audience – book an exhibition stand.
  • Outlook and discussion of future gear manufacturing challenges.
  • Three parallel running conferences on Gears, Plastic Gears and Gear Production – and you just pay for one and can visit all three.
International Conference on Gear Production

The International Conference on Gear Production accompanies the International Conference on Gears 2019 and is one of the most important biannual meetings for technical experts and decision makers in the gear manufacturing industry. Current challenges and solutions will be presented and discussed, with an emphasis on discovering new potential in productivity and the flexibility of gear manufacturing processes. Do not miss this event outlining new trends for the gear producing industry of tomorrow.

Discussing innovative technologies, changes and new potentials in productivity

Requirements in gear manufacturing are increasing dramatically. This presents a dilemma for today’s technical solutions between productivity (scale) and flexibility (scope). On the one hand lead, times need to be shortened in order to increase productivity. On the other hand, batch sizes are getting smaller and individual geometric features such as e.g. topological modifications push the need for intelligent support by manufacturing simulation and closed-loop approaches. Furthermore, as new technologies evolve, so do the challenges to the conventional manufacturing chain for gears.

The discussion in 2019 will focus on the following topics:

  • Novel manufacturing and measurement systems for gears
  • Potentials in digital gear manufacturing
  • Increasing productivity and flexibility in the production process
  • Improving gear running and NVH behavior via manufacturing parameters
  • Approaches for manufacturing-oriented gear design
  • New solutions for modelling of gear manufacturing processes

+ Participation in the International Conference on Gear Production includes attendance at the Conference on Plastic Gears as well as the 3-day International Conference on Gears (September 18th to 20th, 2019).

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Brecher and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs MBA, WZL, RWTH Aachen as well as Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Stahl, FZG, Technische Universität München (TUM) at Garching preside over of the International Conference on Gear Production. They will take you through the conference program and moderate the sessions in 2019.

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Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

08:30

Registration

Plenary lectures

09:30

Common welcome and opening of the

  • International Conference on Gears 2019
  • International Conference on High Performance Plastic Gears 2019
  • International Conference on Gear Production 2019

by the Presidentof the International Conference on Gears 2019 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Stahl, FZG,Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM), Garching, Germany

09:45

Welcome address by

Matthew E. Croson, President, American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA), Alexandria, USA,

Dr.-Ing. Arbogast M. Grunau, President of the Managing Board, Research Association for Drive Technology (FVA), Frankfurt a. M.; Principal Expert Bearings, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, Herzogenaurach, Germany

10:00

Keynote session:

From system to atom – digital twin on all scales?

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Stahl, FZG, Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM), Garching, Germany

Looking into small scale drives driving technology

  • Advantage of digital twins
  • Preconditions for digital twins
  • Digital twins on various scales

Dr.-Ing. Arbogast M. Grunau, President of the Managing Board, Research Association for Drive Technology (FVA), Frankfurt a.M., Germany; Principal Expert Bearings, Schaeffl er Technologies AG & Co. KG, Herzogenaurach, Germany

Challenges in modeling multi-scale physics in gear contact problems

  • Explanation of the multi-disciplinary and multi-scale nature of gear contact problems
  • Introduction of models for elastohydrodynamic lubrication, surface wear, and micro-pitting to demonstrate the multi-scale nature of gear contact problems
  • Shortcomings of current models in capturing sub-micron eff ects in a physics-based manner
  • Identifi cation of research topics towards bridging gaps in multiscale gears

Professor Ahmet Kahraman, Winbigler Professor and Director, Gear and Power Transmission Research Laboratory and Pratt & Whitney Center of Excellence in Gearbox Technology, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA

Atomistic simulations in tribology: potentials, perspectives and limitations

  • Tribological processes hidden at buried interfaces
  • Evolution of materials structure and chemistry under tribological load
  • Lubricants in nanoscale gaps: from tribochemistry to rheology at extreme pressure
  • The great challenge: bridging length and time scales

Dr. Gianpietro Moras, Deputy Group Leader, Multiscale Modelling and Tribosimulation, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Michael Moseler, Group Leader, Multiscale Modelling and Tribosimulation, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg, Germany

11:45

Time for working lunch – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Industry 4.0

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

13:15

Virtual gage for splined shaft-hub joints – quality inspection and assembly of involute splines in the context of Industry 4.0

  • First mathematical solution for gaging of splined shaft-hub joints
  • Gaging based on points measured with coordinate measuring machines
  • Correct evaluation of eff ective tooth thickness/space width

Dr.-Ing. Karsten Lübke, Software development special geometries, Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Groh, Team leader algorithms and special geometries, Hexagon Metrology GmbH, Wetzlar, Germany

13:45

Methodical analysis and selection of auto identifi cation systems in the gear box manufacturing

  • Identifi cation of interdependencies between product and production system
  • Evaluation of feasibility of auto ID technologies
  • Product generation development of gears

Tobias Stürmlinger, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Clutch and Tribology Systems, Ahmet Comak, M. Sc., product development, IPEK – Institute of Product Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); Stephan Gerdhenrichs, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Metrology & Quality, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), RWTH Aachen University, Germany

14:15

Digital twin of gear measuring center (DTGMC)

  • Verifi cation of gear measuring software
  • Analysis of error transfer mechanism of gear measuring center
  • Optimization of gear measurement strategy

Dr. Peili Yin, Research Assistant, Prof. Jianhua Wang, Professor, Prof. Chunxia Lu, Professor, School of Mechatronic Engineering, Xi‘an Technological University, Xi‘an, China

14:45

Combining gear design with manufacturing process decisions

  • Integration of certain manufacturing knowhow into the design process
  • Adaption of the design for highly productive manufacturing methods
  • Considering manufacturing twist in design stage

Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Kissling, President, KISSsoft AG, Bubikon, Switzerland; Dipl.-Ing. Udo Stolz, Vice President Worldwide Sales and Marketing, Gleason Corporation, Ludwigsburg, Germany

15:15

Coffee break – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Measurement technology

Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Löpenhaus, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

16:00

Optical gear measurement: holographic system for 100 % inspection

  • Digital Holography: a novel technique for optical gear measurement
  • Potential of 100 % inspection of gears: quality control of geometry, surface defects and microstructure
  • Current status & future goals (e.g. holographic measurement of moving objects, novel approaches for gear data analysis)

Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Bertz, Group Manager of Geometrical Inline Measurement, Production control, Fraunhofer-Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM, Freiburg, Germany

16:30

A precise grinding method of spur face gears with an on-machine measurement technology

  • On-machine measurement is applied to improve the processing effi ciency
  • A comprehensive algorithm is proposed to modify the fi nal tool path to achieve the high machining accuracy

Zhuxi Yang, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Prof. Dr. Yuansheng Zhou, Professor, Mechanical and electrical department, Central South University, Changsha, China

17:00

Temperature infl uence on involute gear measurements

  • Thermal expansion of involute helical gears
  • Comparison of linear model, FEA and measurement results
  • Especially important for large gears (wind energy systems)

Ann-Kathrin Wiemann, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Dr. rer. nat. Martin Stein, Head, Working Group „Gears and Threads“, Dr.-Ing. Karin Kniel, Head, Department “Coordinate Metrology“, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany

17:30

Surface description on worm gears with high effi ciency requirements using scattered light

  • Friction depend on the gradients of surface roughness
  • Scattered light as a robust method to measure micro gradients
  • Effi ciency of worms described by scattered light

Boris Brodmann, Head of application, OptoSurf GmbH, Ettlingen, Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Wertz, Development Engineer Worm Gear, Robert Bosch GmbH, Schwabisch Gmund, Germany

18:15

Organized bus transfer to the evening reception

19:00

Get-together

Evening reception at the Paulaner am Nockherberg

Dinner speech

Dr.-Ing. E. h. Manfred Wittenstein, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, WITTENSTEIN SE, Igersheim, Germany

Thursday, September 19th, 2019

Gear soft machining

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Brecher, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

08:30

Gear skiving of external gears with internally geared tools

  • New variant of manufacturing process
  • Simulative study of tool interaction and part quality
  • Experimental validation and outlook on potential application

Jan Klose, Research Associate, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Schulze, board of management and director Manufacturing and Materials Technology, Dr.-Ing. Frederik Zanger, chief engineer Manufacturing and Materials Technology, wbk Institute of Production Science, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

09:00

Potentials and limits of gear hobbing with cooling lubricant

  • Gear hobbing: fl y cutting, tool wear, gear quality
  • Cooling strategy: cooling lubricant, feed conditions
  • Process limitations e.g. aerosol generation, tool wear

Dr.-Ing. Max Köchig, Research Associate, Dipl.-Ing. Martin Beutner, Research Associate, Cutting Technolgy, IFQ – Institute of Manufacturing Technology and Quality Management, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany; Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Dr. h.c. B. Karpuschewski, Professor for Manufacturing Processes, Head of the manufacturing technology department, Institute for materials technology (IWT), University of Bremen, Germany

09:30

Large ring gear milling on universal machines

  • Philosophy of complete machining concept on a universal machine
  • Productivity and fl exibility of the system
  • Automation of tool and attachment changes

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Peter Schneyer, Manager Application Engineering Department, Werkzeugmaschinenfabrik Waldrich Coburg GmbH, Germany

10:00

Coffee break – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Gear skiving

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Brecher, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

10:45

Micro skiving: how to take advantage of power skiving process in fine pitch module

  • Introduction to skiving
  • Challenges in producing tools for fi ne pitch teeth
  • Tips on how to use the tools and machine features

Hervé Baour, International Business Development Manager, Pierre Falbriard, R&D Manager, Sales, Louis Belet SA, Vendlincourt, Switzerland

11:15

Machining process solutions to support the reduction of distortion

in ring gears after heat treatment

  • Advantages of super skiving in diff erent machining environments
  • Residual stress test results after super skiving
  • Generating internal gear grinding as effi cient fi nishing process

Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Spatzig, Head of Machine Tool Business Development Europe, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd, Munich, Germany; Noritaka Fujimura, M. Sc., P.E., Engineering Manager, Tetsuji Monden, M. Sc., Engineer Precision Tool, Engineering Development Department, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Ritto, Japan

11:45

Analysis of process forces and surface topography when manufacturing case-hardened gears by double fl anked hard skiving

  • Finishing process for hardened external and internal gears
  • Machining forces and surface morphology of fi nished hardened gears
  • Experimental analysis of process parameters

Matthias Zapf, Research Associate, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Schulze, board of management and director Manufacturing and Materials Technology, Dr.-Ing. Frederik Zanger, chief engineer Manufacturing and Materials Technology, wbk Institute of Production Science, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

12:15

New possibilities for dry hard fi nishing of internal gears

  • New process for hard fi nishing of internal gears – a process combination of geometrically defi ned or undefi ned cutting edge
  • Completely dry process chain
  • Finishing with geometrically undefi ned cutting edge eliminates
  • feed marks and allows surface fi nish of Rz < 1 μm

Dr.-Ing. Gerd-Thomas Weber, Head of Research and Development, Profi lator GmbH & Co. KG, Wuppertal, Germany

12:45

Time for working lunch – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Bevel gear production

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing Karsten Stahl, FZG, Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM), Germany

14:15

Prospects of manufacturing spiroid gears with small gear ratios

  • Competitive manufacturing technologies for skew-axes gears
  • New applications of spiroid gears
  • Localized contact with reduced sensitivity to error action

Professor Dr. Eng. Evgenii Trubachev, Deputy Director, Small Innovation Enterprise “Mechanic” Ltd., Professor, Department Design and Technological Background of Engineering Production, Deputy Director, Scientifi c Department, Institute of Mechanics of Kalashnikov ISTU; Prof. Dr. Sc. Veniamin Goldfarb, Director, Institute of Mechanics, Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk, Russia

14:45

Consideration of solid particles in a gear lapping simulation

  • Large solid particles change the load distribution
  • This is effi ciently modelled by virtual torque
  • Necessary virtual torque is determined empirically

Dipl.-Ing. Felix Rudolph, Research Associate, Dr.-Ing. Stefan Schumann, Chief Engineer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berthold Schlecht, Full Professor, Institute of Machine Elements and Machine Design, Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

15:15

Infl uence of elastic deformation on the grinding force in plunging bevel gear grinding

  • Analysis of gear grinding processes: grinding force, tool spindle power, non-stationary grinding process
  • Elastic eff ects in grinding processes: Contact elasticity, variation of contact conditions, eff ective infeed
  • Bevel gear manufacturing: Bevel gear grinding, Waguri eccentricity, plunging bevel gear grinding

Mareike Solf, M. Sc., Team Leader Gear Hard Machining, Gear Technology, Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Lopenhaus, Chief Engineer Gear Technology, Gear Department, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs, Full Professor, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Chair of Manufacturing Technology, Faculty for Mechanical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

15:45

Coffee break – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Gear honing & grinding

Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Löpenhaus, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

16:30

Process-machine interaction in gear honing

  • Gear honing analogy process
  • Simulation of gear honing tool elasticity
  • Optimization of the gear honing process

Maximilian Schrank, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Gear Department, Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Lopenhaus, Chief Engineer Gear Technology, Gear Department, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bergs, Full Professor, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Chair of Manufacturing Technology, Faculty for Mechanical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

17:00

Simulation of tooth fl ank profi le in the gear honing process

  • Gear honing process
  • Simulation of tooth fl ank profi le between tool and workpiece
  • Design of dressing gear dimension

Dipl.-Ing. Kouji Matsuo, Development Engineer, Hardware System Development Department, JATCO Ltd, Okatsukoku, Atsugi City, Dr.-Ing. Yoshitomo Suzuki, Engineering Management Department, Kenichi Fujiki, Parts Process Engineering Department, JATCO Ltd, Fuji City, Japan

17:30

A method of tooth longitudinal modifi cation for internal gearing power honing

  • Gear honing longitudinal modifi cation
  • Motion optimization of machine tools
  • Sensitivity of tooth surface deviation to design parameters

Dr. Yonggang Zhu, Student, School of Mechanical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, Hefei, China

18:00

Discretization of the contact conditions considering the grain engagement for generating gear grinding

  • Calculation of normal force considering the tool topography for generating gear grinding
  • Analogy trial with transfer from generating gear grinding into surface grinding
  • Calculation of specifi c energy for diff erent kinematic cutting edges

Patricia de Oliveira Teixeira, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Gear Department, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Brecher, Full Professor, Chair of Machine Tools, Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Lopenhaus, Chief Engineer Gear Technology, Gear Department, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Faculty for Mechanical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

18:30

Evening reception at the conference venue

Dinner speech

Prof. Dr. Changle Xiang, Professor, Vice-President, Beijing Institute of Technology, Director, National Key Lab of Vehicle Transmission, China

Friday, September 20th, 2019

Materials processing & heat treatment

Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Joachim Thomas, ZG Hypoid, Germany

08:30

Lean heat treatment for distortion control

  • Advanced distortion control when applying low pressure carburizing
  • New “2D-heat treatment” for better distortion control
  • Comparison of distortion control when applying 2D- instead of 3D-heat treatment

Dr.-Ing. Volker Heuer, Director R & D Vacuum Heat Treatment, Dr.-Ing. Klaus Löser, Senior Vice President Heat Treatment, ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH, Hanau, Germany, David Bolton, Senior Gear Manufacturing Engineer, ALD Thermal Treatment Inc., Purt Huron, USA

09:00

Cold forging of gear components by a modified Samanta process

  • New forming process for the production of gear wheels: tool design, numerical and experimental investigation
  • 3D metal printed die for cold forming
  • Reduction of process forces and normal pressure in a Samanta design, numerical and experimental investigation

André Weiß, M. Sc., Research Engineer, Metal Forming, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Mathias Liewald, MBA, Director of the institute, Tashin Deliktas, M. Sc., Research Engineer, Metal Forming, Nadja Missal, Research Engineer, Metal Forming, Institute for Metal Forming Technology (IFU), University of Stuttgart, Germany

09:30

Lightweight forging initiative III: transmission lightweighting potential based on design and material concepts in a split-axle hybrid vehicle and a heavy-duty truck

  • Lightweight with forged components
  • Lightweight with high performance carburizing steels
  • Simultaneous engineering as key to lightweight developments

Dr.-Ing. Hans-Willi Raedt, Vice President Advanced Engineering, Advanced Engineering, Hirschvogel Automotive Group, Denklingen, Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wurm, Head of Technical Customer Support and Application Development, Georgsmarienhuette GmbH, Georgsmarienhuette, Alexander Busse, M. Sc., Consultant fka - Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

10:00

Inline-deep rolling: a new approach to increase tooth root load capacity

  • Presentation of a new manufacturing possibility for gear manufacturers: deep rolling instead of shot peening?
  • Performance optimization of gears by deep rolling
  • Effects of deep rolling on case-hardened gears

Steffen Schulze, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tjark Lierse, Head of the department of Machine Tools, Manufacturing, Assembly & Quality, Faculty of mechanical engineering and bioengineering technology, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hanover, Germany; Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Dr. h.c. Bernhard Karpuschewski, Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Prof. h.c. Dr. h.c. Dr. h.c. Bernhard Karpuschewski, Professor department, Institute

10:30

Coffee break – meet & greet at the exhibition area, poster presentation area and GearLab

Manufacturing related product properties

Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christoph Löpenhaus, WZL, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

11:15

Evaluation of gear flank surface structure produced by skiving

  • Mathematical simulation of the skiving process kinematics
  • Geometrical calculation of the micro structure of the flank
  • Effects of machining parameters on the micro structure

Maximilian Trübswetter, M. Sc., Research Assistent, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Stahl, Full Professor, Institute of Machine Elements, Director, Gear Research Centre (FZG), Technische Universität München (TUM), Garching, Germany

11:45

Gear standards for reliable measurement of noise-causing gears – quick verification of the measurement precision

  • Development of highly accurate gear ripple standards
  • Comparative measurements on many measuring machines
  • Excellent reproducibility of measured ripple characteristics

Thies Kahnenbley, M. Sc., Research Assistant, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Günther Gravel, Professor of Production Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Production, HAW Hamburg, Germany

12:15

New improvement chances by implementing topology optimization combined with 3D-printing on the construction of gearbox housings

  • Additive manufacturing: selective laser melting, gearbox housing, rapid prototyping
  • Lightweight design: AlSi10Mg, bionic structure, iterative design process
  • Topology optimization: functional integration, oil channels, added value

Dr.-Ing. Pablo Barreiro, Materials technologist, Development Gear Units/Materials technology, Dr.-Ing. Jörg Hermes, Managing Director, Innovation Mechanics, SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co. KG, Bruchsal, Germany

12:45

Online estimate and compensation of the gear machining error based on electronic gearbox cross-coupling controller

  • Gear machining error analysis
  • Multi-axis motion error compensation
  • Cross-coupling control model establishment

Professor Xiaoqing Tian, Ph. D., School of Mechanical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, Hefei, China

13:15

Closing remarks

13:30

Awarding of the best presentation for junior engineers by the conference president in the main hall
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Stahl, FZG, Technische Universität München (TUM), Garching, Germany


Awarding of the best paper by
Dr.-Ing. Arbogast M. Grunau, Principal Expert Bearings, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, Herzogenaurach, Germany


+ Lunchtime snack

15:00

End of the conference

Co-located events – more networking opportunities, more exhibitors, more attendees

Your registration includes 3 days of presentations and exclusive networking! Since The International Conference on Gear Production 2019 and the International Conference on High-Performance Plastic Gears 2019 are running at the same time, as part of the International Conferences on Gears 2019. This makes it a unique opportunity to meet over 600 experts in the international gear transmission industry face-to-face. Registration for the International Conference on Gear Production 2019 includes attendance at the Conference on Plastic Gears  free of charge as well as the 3-day International Conference on Gears

With a mix of panel discussions and technical sessions this international event ensures an exchange of knowledge in all aspects of gear and transmission technology for all gear buyers, suppliers of technology and solutions, end users, manufacturers, and engineers from a large number of industries.

The latest products and technologies and new solutions will be shown at the exhibitor area. Do you want to become an exhibitor and showcase your company in this specialized sector? If you are interested in presenting your products and services, send an email to Christoph Brockerhoff 

Network with your peers and catch up on trends at two social evening events

The International VDI Conference on Gear Production brings together participants from all around the world, discussing solutions, new concepts and technical innovation in gear manufacturing.

Your will have the opportunity to participate in two evening events during the conference.

This is the ideal occasion to make international contacts and to expand your network above and beyond your field in a relaxed atmosphere. Have one-on-one time with your peers and share ideas. Take the time to meet new potential partners and make the first steps towards creating long-term relationships.

The social events are included in your conference package. 

Experience live gear technology in the on-site lab tours

Seize the opportunity and visit the nearby test and laboratory facilities at the Gear Research Centre (FZG). Several guided tours with different core topics offer chances to gain deeper insight into a variety of innovative gear test rigs and laboratory equipment. Further information and registration for the tours will be available at the FZG information desk during the conference. 

Register online today! And get the latest news in gear manufacturing around the world.

Don’t miss out on attending the International Conference on Gear Production 2019 and discover the new manufacturing technologies impacting the gear technology, learn from best practices and build up industry connections.Participation in the International Conference on Gear Production includes participation in the Conference on Plastic Gears as well as the three-day International Conference on Gears. Sign up now for your participation just here below!

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