Distinguished technology leaders in the sectors for precision stamping and micro-injection molding for hybrid parts will be represented at the International Trade Fair for the Development and Manufacture of Hybrid Components.
Among others, they include Diehl Metall, Härter, Swoboda, Söhnergroup and Wieland Werke. hybridica takes place on the grounds of Messe München from November 13 – 16, 2012.
Just a few months before the beginning of the fair, several technology leaders and suppliers of hybrid components have confirmed their participation. Held at the same time as the international trade fair electronica, hybridica’s exhibitors will present innovations and trends in the sectors for micro-injection molding, precision stamping, joining, electroplating and plastics technology. In addition, hybridica’s main themes will include the sustainable use of materials, hybrid components for e-mobility and renewable energies.
Visitors will also have a chance to experience the manufacture of a hybrid component live:
Leicht Stanzautomation and its renowned partners will present a production line that manufactures sophisticated micro-hybrid parts at the fair. At the hybridica Forum, specialists and experts will inform participants from science and industry about the latest innovations and technologies that pertain to hybrid components and discuss new markets for electronic, mechatronic and senortechnology applications.
hybridica revolves around the entire value chain for hybrid components, from design, materials and tool-making to the manufacture of complex components.
hybridica takes place at the same time as the international trade fair electronica and the new ees – electrical energy storage 2012, the International Trade Fair for Batteries, Energy Storage and Innovative Production.
International Trade Fair for the Development and Manufacture of Hybrid Components
13–16 November 2012, Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany