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GrindingHub 2022: VOLLMER is in Stuttgart to launch the 5S campaign 2022-03-28to overview
A double premiere in Stuttgart: The first ever GrindingHub international trade fair for grinding technology will take place on 17th May 2022, and for the first time sharpening specialist VOLLMER will present its 5S campaign: Sharp, Smart, Sustainable, Social, Strong. On Stand 7C50 in Hall 7, visitors can inspect the sharpening machines, services and digital solutions offered by the Biberach machine manufacturer.VOLLMER will be showcasing new tool grinding machines from its VGrind range as well as new products for machining carbide-tipped circular saws at the trade fair. Other highlights at the trade fair will include the VLaser 370 laser machine, the VHybrid 260 grinding and eroding machine and the digital V@dison solutions.
From 17th to 20th May 2022, Stuttgart will for the first time become an international hub for grinding technology with the GrindingHub trade fair, launched by the VDW (German Machine Tool Builders' Association), and the sharpening specialist VOLLMER is thrilled to be in attendance. With its grinding, eroding and laser machines as well as automation solutions for operator-free machining, VOLLMER is a full-line supplier for sharpening applications. VOLLMER always provides customers with the ideal solution for manufacturing rotary tools and circular and band saws – regardless of the manufacturing process. The technology is available for a wide range of tool types including carbide and PCD (polycrystalline diamond) tips.
The five pillars of the 5S campaign
With its new 5S campaign, VOLLMER has established five pillars to support its product range: Sharp, Smart, Sustainable, Social, and Strong. VOLLMER grinding, eroding and laser machines are backed up by smart and digital services, ensuring maximum sharpness. Thanks to sustainable technologies, VOLLMER plays its part in environmental sustainability. Social refers both to the increased importance of social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube and to the social links between VOLLMER and its customers, suppliers and employees, as well as its
efforts to support young people. VOLLMER uses events and web seminars to maintain a strong position as a technology leader whilst continually improving the efficiency of its machines and services. Trade fair visitors can find out all about the other elements that make VOLLMER an industry leading machine manufacturer at Stall 7C50 in Hall 7.
Five world premieres and tried-and-tested solutions
The GrindingHub 2022 exhibition will also mark the world premiere of three new VGrind grinding machines, suitable for machining carbide tools. These new machines apply the tried-and-tested technology of the VGrind range: They are also based on the innovative double-spindle concept, which enables precise and efficient multi-level machining thanks to its two vertical spindles. By expanding its machine range in the area of tool machining, VOLLMER can more precisely address the individual needs of its customers.
VOLLMER has also added two new machines to its range for grinding circular saw blades. They are ideally suited to machining tooth faces and tooth tops as well as the flanks of carbide-tipped saw teeth with a wide range of geometries. These machines feature intuitive operation, enabling users to learn sharpening processes almost instantly.They can also be combined with tried-and-tested VOLLMER automation solutions to operate them around the clock without manual intervention. Furthermore, the subsidiary Loroch GmbH will also show innovative grinding machines for machining, especially HSS (High Speed Steel) circular saws and HW thin-cut circular saws as well as the TC 720 measuring and documentation system.
Tried-and-tested solutions will also be on display in Stuttgart. With tools ranging from drills to milling cutters through to reamers for machining PCD or ultra-hard materials, the full-line range offered by VOLLMER includes a wide variety of eroding and laser machines. For instance, the VOLLMER trade fair stall in Stuttgart will feature the VLaser 370 laser machine, which enables contact-free machining of cutting edges thanks to its powerful laser. The VOLLMER QXD 250 eroding machine is likewise designed for contact-free sharpening of complex PCD rotary tool geometries via spark erosion. Alongside these will be the VOLLMER VHybrid 260 machine that offers a complete solution for eroding and grinding operations in a single machine.
Tangible and digital services
Maintenance, training and finance are at the heart of VOLLMER services, and these are increasingly digital and web-based thanks to the V@dison solutions. Software solutions control sharpening machines and automated processes and can increase machine performance as required. Smart solutions are also available for evaluating process data or cross-connecting users directly with VOLLMER services. For example, customers can connect to technicians in real-time via the "Visual Support" V@ guide solution, or access machine data, information and a spare parts shop online via a personalised customer portal. The customer profile will be presented for the first time at the GrindingHub and is a personalised digital window for VOLLMER customers that integrates the majority of IoT services offered by VOLLMER.
"With the GrindingHub exhibition, the VDW has been able to create an international meeting-place for the grinding technology sector, which addresses the current technological and strategic market issues," states Jürgen Hauger, CEO of the VOLLMER Group. "We at VOLLMER aim to achieve personal contact with customers, partners and interested parties to explain how we are combining innovation, sustainability and digitisation to develop efficient grinding technology for the global market."